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Dedication I 

Mood Monument 6 

Board of Publication S 

Calendar 10 

Faculty 13 

Senior Class 23 

Junior Class .'39 

Sophomore Class 45 

Freshman (lass 53 

Literal v Societies 65 

Alamo Society 67 

San Jacinto Society 75 

Clio Society 82 

Alethean Society 90 

Debaters and Orators 95 

Lecture Committee 99 

Inter-Sockty Relations Committee .. 100 

-Marshals 101 

Fraternities 103 

Kappa Alpha 104 

Phi Delta Theta 108 

Kappa Sigma 112 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 116 

Zeta Tau Alpha 120 



Alpha Delta Phi 124 

Xi Kapj a 12s 

Council of Honor 131 

Annex 133 

Prohibition League 134 

Glee Club 135 

Y. M. C. A 138 

Students' Ministerial Association. . .140 

Volunteer Mission Band 141 

Commencement Senior Orators. ... 142 

Barbs 144 

The Company 148 

Rufus Club 149 

Clarendon Croup 150 

Publications 151 

Medical College 157 

Fitting -School 171 

The Conservatory 185 

Grad Advertisements 1 89 

Athletics 205 

Favorites and Beauties 232 

Current Events 234 

Advertisements 264 



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DR. C. C. CODY. 



CLAUDE CARR CODY, Ph. D, 



Prof. Claude C. Cody may well be called the "Nestor" of South- 
western University. Although he is yet comparatively a young man, 
having come to Southwestern directly from his Alma Mater while 
his commencement honors were his latest achievements, he has 
remained at his post until all the professors who were here when 
he came have gone out, and until the boys and girls he taught 
mathematics, when he himself was not. much more than a boy, 
have gone out and taken honorable places in the walks of life and 
are now sending back the second generation to be trained by the 
same tried and trusted hand. Prof. Cody has the distinction of 
having occupied a professorship, continuously, longer than any 
other man in Texas. Me has had no little to do in shaping the char- 
acter of many of the recognized leaders in the social, political, and 
religious life of Texas. And since he is just now in his prime, his 
career of usefulness is but begun, lnadditionto hiswork of fulIPro- 
fessor, he has had largely in charge the financial matters of the in- 
stitution, and has also rendered invaluable services to the Board of 
Trustees as a member of the local Executive Committee. Besides 
all this, he has for years had charge, as Superintendent, of one of 
the largest and best organized Sunday Schools in the State. Above 
all, his genuine Christian character, his modest, unassuming man- 
ners and his sterling integrity make his life and work a constant 
stimulus to all the students. 

In addition to the varied and active duties connected with the 
offices above named he finds time and inclination to mingle with 
the public school teachers of the State, and is recognized by them, 
in their State meetings, as a welcome and valued associate. Me 
believes in the public school teachers, and has done much to make 
many of them staunch friends of Southwestern. 

Prof. Cody is an alumnus of "Old Emory," as the boys famil- 
iarly call Emory College. Having taken their highest degree in reg- 
ular course, he was, after a few years of successful teaching, hon- 
ored with their Ph. D., and no one of the many brilliant sons of 
that noble institution has reflected more genuine credit upon it 
than he. 

This edition of our Annual is dedicated to him, not that we 
expect thereby to heap additional honors upon him, for the honor 
is ours. We are proud to present him on our opening page to our 
friends, our fellow and former students. Me has given to South- 
western nearly thirty years of faithful and efficient service, and 
the verdict of the students past and present, is "Well done." 




MOOD MONUMENT. 



Inscription on the Monument of Francis Asbury Mood, D. D. 
upon the College Campus. 



(front or west side) 

FOUNDER AND FIRST REGENT OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY. 

Elected Regent Dec. 21, 1872. 

Entered upon his duties Oct. 6, 1873. 



MOOD 



(south sidk) 

In Memory of Our Honored and Beloved Regent, 

F. A. MOO D, D. D., 

A Faithful Counselor, ao Able Minister and Instructor, a Model Christian and 

Gentleman, a Friend and Benefactor of the Youth. 

Affectionately Inscribed by 

His Students. 



(north side) 

Baptized in Infancy, Professed Religion and Joined the Church in Early Youtb, 

Licensed to Exhort by the M. E. Church. Soutb. in 1848, 

Licensed to Preacb in 1849. 

Graduated frorrj Charlestoo College, and entered the S. C. Conference in 1850, 

Elected President of Soule University and Transferred to the 

Texas Conference in 1868, 

Delegate to the Ecumenical Conference ir> London, Eng.. in 1881. 



(east side) 

FRANCIS ASBURY MOOD. 

BORN IN CHARLESTON. S. C, JUNE 23, 1830. 

DIED IN WACO, TEXAS, NOV. 12, 1884. 

AGED 54 YEARS, 4 MONTHS AND 19 DAYS. 



'He That Loseth His Life for My Sake Shall Find It. 




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BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 



Soard of Publication of the Sou'vOester 
for the Year 1907. 



Editor-in-Chief : : : : : : G. J. Bryan 
Business Manager : : : : : F. D. Caveness 
Athletic Editor : : : : : : J. D. Wheeler 
Assistant Business 'Manager : : : J. R. Griffin 
Assistant Business "Manager : : : L L. Moore 
Published in April, 19°7 




"ALENDA 



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1906. 

September 11-13 — Registration and Examinations for Admission to College. 
Tuesday, 9:00-12:00 a. m.— Latin. 

2:00-5:00 p. m.— Mathematics.. 
Wednesday, 9:00-12:00 a. m.— History. 
2:00-5:00 p. m.— English, 
Thursday, 2:00-5:00 p. m.— Greek. 
September 13, I hursday, 9:00 a. m. — Formal Opening. 

September 14, Friday — Class Work begins in the College, School of Fine 
Arts, and Fitting School. 

September 15, Saturday, 5:00 p. m. — Period set for Registration in College 
closes. 

September 27, Thursday— Eaxminations for Entrance and Advanced 
Standing begin in the Medical Department. 

October 1, Monday — Lectures begin in the Medical Department. 

October 24, Wednesday — Close of College Examinations for six weeks. 

November 27, Tuesday— Final College Examinations for First Term 
begin. 

November 29, Thursday— Thanksgiving Day. 

December 4, Tuesday — The Second Term begins in the College, School of 
Fine Arts, and Fitting School. 

December 6, Thursday— Period set for Registration in College for Second 
Term closes. 

December 20, Thursday— Christmas Holidays begin in the Medical De- 
partment. 

December 21, Friday, 12:00 m. —Christmas Holidays begin in College, 
School of Fine Arts, and Fitting School. 

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1907. 

January 1, Tuesday— Second Term opens in the Medical Department. 
January 2, Wednesday, 8:45 a. m. — Christmas Holidays end in the College, 

School of Fine Arts, and the Fitting School. 
January 23, Wednesday — Close of College Examinations for six weeks. 
February 22, Friday — Washington's Birthday; Anniversary of Clio Liter- 
ary Society. 
February 23, Saturday, 8:30 p. m. — Senior Orations. 
February 26, Tuesday — Final College Examinations begin for Second 

Term. 
March 5, Tuesday — Third Term begins in the College, School of Fine 

Arts, and Fitting School. 
March 6, Wednesday — Alamo Day, Anniversary of the Alamo Literary 

Society. 
March 7, Thursday, 5:00 p. m. — Period set for Registration in Co] lege for 

the Third Term closes. 
April 17, Wednesday — Close of College Examinations, for six weeks. 
April 22, Monday — San Jacinto Day, Anniversary of San Jacinto Society. 
April 30, Tuesday — Commencement Exercises of the Medical Department. 
May 4, Saturday — Senior Class Day. 
May 16, Friday — Final College Examinations begin. 
May 23, Thursday, 3:30 p. m. — Declamation Contest and Presentation of 

Certificates in Fitting School. 

8:30 p. m. — Recital. Music and Elocution. 
May 24, Friday, 10:00 a. m. — Junior Orations. 

4:00-6:00 p. m. — Reception and Art Exhibition at the Annex. 
8:30 p. m. — Alumni Address and Reunion. 
May 25, Saturday, 10:00 a. m. — Annual Address to Literary Societies. 
3:30 p. m. — Prize Declamations. 
8:30 p. in. — Alamo and San Jacinto Debate. 
May 26, Sunday, 11 a. m. — Baccalaureats Sermon. 

8:30 p. m — Sermon to Undergraduates. 
May 27, Monday, 9:30, a. m. — Commencement Day. 
May 28, Tuesday — Theological Institute begins. 
June 4, Tuesday — Summer Normal begins. 



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The Faculty: "I Find No Trace of Brains." 




DR. R. S. HYER 

President Southwestern University 





John Robert Allen, A. B., D. D. 

Philosophy. 



J. Sam Barcus, M. A. 

Bible. 





M. C. Amos, A. B., Ph. B. 



German. 



Claude Carr Cody, M. A., Ph. D. 

Mathematics. 



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Stephen H. Moore, M. A. 

History. 



John Henry Reedy, M. A. 

Chemistry. 





Albert Shxpp Pegues, M. A. 

English. 



Randolph Ward Tinsley, M. S. 

Biology anil Geology. 



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Wesley Carroll Vaden, M. A. 

Latin and Greek. 



E. B. Cooper, A. B., M. A. 

Director of Gymnasium. 




Ryland Fletcher Young. M. A; 

Romance Languages; 




W. S. Nelms. M. A. 

Assistant Professor in .''liysic 



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Frank E. Buroham, Ph. B. 

Mathematics in Fitting School. 



Charles Henry Young, M. A. 

English in Pitting School. 




James Evans Binkley 

History and Civics n Fitting School. 




Rev. William L. Nelms, D. D. 

Dean of the School of Theology. 



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Mrs. J. R. Allen 

Matron Ladies' Annex. 



Miss Mamie Howren, M. A. 

Pitting School. 



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Miss Mary Auld 

Piano and History of Music. 




Miss Antoinette Pignol Huncke 

Voice. 



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Miss Berenice Lon<; 



Miss Margaret McKenzie 

Art. 




Mrs. Maggie McKennon, A. B. 

Librarian. 




Miss Clara Annabel Oldfield 

Pianoforte. 



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Miss Beulah Richardson 

Pianoforte. 



Miss Marie Van Aaken 

Pianoforte. 





Miss Cora Lee Smith 

Elocution, 



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Miss Knowles 

Chaperone. 




$*ost Graduates. 

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William M. Craig, A. B., M. A., 

Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Track Team, '05-'06, '06-'07; Tennis Club, 
'05-'06 ; Preparatory Declamation Contest, '04. 

"As soon as age shall have strengthened your limbs and your mind, you will 
swim without eork." 




W. Y. Switzer, Ph. B., M. A.. 
Comanche, Texas. 

Alamo ; Intermediate Debate, '04 ; Glee Club. '04-'05-'06- 
'07; Manager Glee Chub, '06-'07j Chorister Athletic As- 
sociation, '06 ; University Correspondent, '05-'06-'07 ; Y. 
M. C. A. Council, '05-'06; President Alamo Society, 
'06; Manager Senior Ball Team, '06; President Young 
Preacher's Association; President Epworth League; 
Executive Committee, '06-'07 ; Chapel Chorister ; Lec- 
ture Committee, '06-'07; Supervisory Board; Sergeant - 
at- Arms Alamo Society. 

"That my tia e may be swelled out with bubbly trifles, suited only to give 
weight to smoke." 



Mary Thomas, B. S., Ah A. 

Terrell, Texas. 

222; Clio; Sou'wester Staff, '07. 

"To know not me argues yourselves unknown 



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Senior Class. 

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Byrdie Bailey, B. S. 
Georgetown, Texas. 



Alethean; Artist, '04. 

"Trust not too much to your good looks. 




W. L. BLACKIHKN, A. B., 
Junction City, Texas. 

K. A.; Alamo; [ntermediate Debater, '04; Fresh-Soph 
Essay Medal, '05; In'tersoeiety Relations Committee, 
'05-'06; Leader Brooks' Prize Debate, '06; Track Team, 
'06-'07; Executive Committee Athletic Association, '06- 
'07; Manager Track Team, 'OG-'O 1 / ; Intercollegiate De- 
bater. '07; Y. M. C. A. Council, '05-'06-'07. 

"Shall I, wasting in despair, die because a woman's fair?" 




E. J. Hobo, B. S. 
Georgetown, Texas 

'With just enough of learning to misquote." 



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G. J. Bryan, A. B., 

Port Worth, Texas. 

K2 ; Declaimer, '05-'06; San Jacinto; Secretary Athletic 
Association, '05-'06; Debating Council, '06-07; H. 0. 
B. B. ; First "Thompson Scholarship" ; Editor-in- 
Chief Sou'wester, '06-'07; Senior Orator, '07: First 
Honors, '07. 

"Fur none more like to hear himself converse." 




Lucile Campbell, B. S., 

Georgetown. Texas. 

Clio; Magazine Staff, '(H-'Oo-'OG ; Class Editor of Sou'- 
wester, '07. 

"Soft as the down that swells the cygnet's nest." 




F. D. Cayexkss. A. B., 
Mineral Wells, Texas. 

Alamo; Alamo Intermediate Debater. '05; Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager Magazine, '05-'0(i ; Sou'wester Stan. '06; 
Y. M. C. A. Council. '05-'"06; Junior Orator, '06; Dele- 
gate Students' International Convention; General Busi- 
ness Manager Sou'wester. '07; President Y. M, C. A.. 
"(Hi; Athletic Executive Committee; President Senior 
Class, '07; Brooks' Prize Debater, '07. 

"His countenance is the very portal and portrait of his mind." 



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J. Hale Edwards;, A. B., 
Waco, Texas. 

Alamo; Fresh-Soph Medal, '05; Alamo Librarian, '05- 
'06; Intermediate Orator, '05; Chief Marshal, '06-'07; 
Intersociety Eelations Committee, '06-'07 ; Council of 
Honor, '06-'07 ; Third Term Alamo President, '06-'07; 
Prohibition League; Orator State Prohil)ition League 
Contest, '07; Eufus Club; Junior Orator, '06; Senior 
Orator. 

"I shall tower to the skies with exalted head.'' 




lias England, A. B., 
Celeste, Texas. 

HK; Alethean; Magazine Staff, '05-'06-'07; Lecture Com- 
mittee, '06-'07; Intersociety Relations Committee, '06- 
'07; President Alethean; Secretary Senior Class. 

"What great ones do, the less will prattle of." 



Louise Gibson, Ph. B., 
Calvert, Texas. 

ZTA.; Alethean. 

"Is it faring ill to be in love?" 



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Bess Hardy. Ph. B., 
Columbia. Tenn. 

ZTA; Vice-President German Club, '0o-'06 ; President 

Clio Society, '07 ; Vice-President Senior Class. 

"When you will she won't; when you won't she will." 




Ben 0. Hill. Ph. B., 
Hills Prairie, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Class Ball Team, '03-'04; Tennis Club, '03- 
'04-'05 ; Marshal '04-'05 ; Junior Orator's Contest, '05 ; 
Intermediate Debater, '05-'06 ; Intercollegiate Debating 
Council, '05-06; German Conversational Club, '05-'06; 
President Junior Class, '05-'06; Chairman Keception 
Committee State Oratorical Association, '05-'06 : Coun- 
cil of Honor, '05-'06 ; Opening President San Jacinto. 
'05-'06; S. W. U. Magazine Staff, '03-'04-'05-'06 ; 
Editor-in-Chief, '06-'07; Prohibition League, '06-'07; 
President Athletic Association, '06-'07 ; Member Exec- 
utive Committee. 

"Tis pleasant sure, to see one's honors (?) in print." 



Henry A. Hudspeth, A. B., 
Bryan, Texas. 

KA; San Jacinto; Magazine Staff, '06; President San Ja- 
cinto, '07; Junior Orator. 

"Small curs are not regarded when they grin.'' 



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T. ('. Johnson, Jr., A. B., 
San Marcos. Texas. 

K2 ; San Jacinto; Magazine Start', '05; Foot Ball Team, 
P. S. B., '05; Varsity Base Ball, '05-'06-'07; Captain 
Varsity Ball Team, '(>0-'07 ; Executive Committee Ath- 
lethic Association. '06-'07; Junior Orator, '0(5 ; Senior 
Orator, '07 ; President San Jacinto, '07; "H. O. B. B." 

"No future ages will produce such a man as I." 




1). Macixk, A. B„ 
Rising Star. Texas. 

Student Volunteer; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '06/07; Barb; 
San Jacinto; Brooks' Prize Debater; President San Ja- 
cinto. 

"No man's sentiments perfectly agree with my own " 




L. L. Moouis, A. B., 
i 'rockett, Texas. 

§A©; Alamo: Secretary Debating Council, '06-'07; ("lice 
Club, '05-'06-'07; intermediate Debate, '04-'05; Sou'- 
wester Stall. '06-'07; Magazine Staff, '05-'06; Chairman 

Council of Honor. 

"His wit invites you by his looks to come: but, when you knock, it never is at 
home." 



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T. J. Mosley, A. B., 
Beaumont, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; Fresh-Soph Declaimer, 'O.j-'OO ; Magazine 
Staff, '06-'07; Annual Staff, '06-'07; Glee Club; Class 
Base Ball Team, '06; Class Poet; Poem Medal, '06; 
President San Jacinto. '07; Senior Orator; Second 
Honors, '07. 

"The picture is most ludicrously like." 




Enn MrxnicN, Pit., B., 
Midlothian. Texas. 

Alamo; Marshal, "().">-*()<;; Sou'wester Staff, 'Oo-'OG-'O'] 
Lecture Committee, '06-'07. 

"He whistled as he went for want of thought." 




Mary H. Peebles, Ph. B., 

C 1 a ren d on, Tex a s . 

Clio; Lecture Committee, '06-'07; Magazine Story Medal, 
'06; Clio President, '07; Vice-President Sophomore 
Class, '06. 

"I, your glass, will modestly discover to yourself, 
That of yourself which yet you know not of." 



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Bertha Aubrey Rasbubx Ph. B., 
Bal linger, Texas. 

222; Alethean; Sou'wester Staff, '05-'06-'07; Magazine 
Staff, '05-'06 ; Intersocietv Relations Committee, '03- 
'04; Basketball Team, '03-'04- y 05; Captain Varsity Bas- 
ketball Team, '06-'07. 

"T know of nothing that could add to my outward appearance." 




Elizabeth Rdnkle., A. B., 
Caldwell, Texas. 

Alethean ; Intersocietv Relations Committee, '06-'07 ; Com- 
mencement President Alethean. '07. 

"Season your cares with occasional joys.'' 




Rhea Starnes, Ph., B., 
Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Class President, '04-'05; Intermediate De- 
hater ; Marshal ; Junior Orator ; Chairman Lecture Com- 
mittee, '06-'07; Magazine Stall', '07; Intercollegiate De- 
bater, '07: San Jacinto Intermediate President, '07. 

attend to the affairs of other men, regardless of my own." 



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EDWARD ROSEMOND STANFORD, Ph. B., 

Waco, Texas. 

KA; Alamo; Glee Club, '04-'05- J 06; Football, '05; Alamo 
Intermediate Debater, '05 ; Intersociety Relations Com- 
mittee, '06-'07. 

"What could be the notion that planned it? 
The conclusion arrived at was naught. ' 




W. J. Stanford. B. S., 
Lorena, Texas. 

Alamo ; Magazine Staff, '05 ; Business Manager Magazine, 
'06-'07; Football F. S. B., '05; Alamo Intermediate De- 
bater, '05; Baseball Team, '06; Sophomore Declaimer. 
'05; Junior Orator's Medal, '06; Senior Orator. 

"Eternal smiles his emptiness betray." 




J. L. Tucker, A. B., 
Waco, Texas. 

Alamo ; Junior Orator, '06. 

"It is a very great plague to be too handsome a man." 



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Bess Whittle, B. S. 
Georgetown, Texas. 



ZTA. 



"But yon had the look of one that tlnv atened many and excellent, things.' 



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Jhe department of Sine Jtrts. 



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Mae Edens, Piano, 
Georgetown, Texas. 



Clio. 



"Deserib her who can." 



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Pauline Ellington, Elocution, 
Vernon, Texas. 

HYr. 

"There's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream " 




Gladys Grant Graves, Piano. 
Waco, Texas. 



AA<£. 

"I'm not as bashful as I look." 




Agnes Scaling, Elocution, 
Fort Worth, Texas. 

222; Clio; Associate Editor S. W. IT. Magazine, '06-'07. 

"Anil my heart, my heart is an evergreen.'' 



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Mabel Taylor, Music, 
Georgetown, Texas. 

AA3>; Vice-President Freshman Class, '04-'05. 

"All smiles and bows was she." 




Katie Lee Turner, Elocution, 
Georgetown, Texas. 

'Her cheek's soft bloom is unimpaired." 




Jean Whittle., Violin, 
Georgetown, Texas. 

ZTA. 

"Yes, I've loved a good number, bat there's pleasnre, at least, in a change. 



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Uhe Class of 1907. 



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(by one who has been there and knows.) 

To what on land, in mine, or hill, or plain, 
In lake, or bay, or gulf, or boundless main; 
To what on Earth or vast expanse of Heaven 
Shall I compare the Class of Naughty-Seven? 

To gold, you say? A happy thought; behold, 
What metal is there so refined as gold? 
'Tis polished, too; possesses wond'rous weight: 
Tho' great its worth, its modesty is great. 

But stop! That metal's seen throughout the land: 
It rings on counters, or bedecks the hand. 
Too common 'tis, by far, to represent 
A class so peerless and pre-eminent. 

The diamond? No; tho' rare and clear and bright. 
It sparkles only by reflected light. 
This Class more brilliant than the diamond gleams; 
But, mark you, from within its radiance streams. 

Thus, should the Land reveal its choicest prize, 
Still would no fitting symbol greet our eyes. 
Perchance we'll find one 'neath old Ocean's wave. 
Or on the coasts his genial currents lave. 
May coral, amber, pearl portray the Class 
Whose glories do the diamond far surpass ? 
Tis plain our search must be continued still, 
Since Ocean's treasured gems compare so ill. 
In living nature, too, resemblance fails : 
Is Naughty-Seven like a school of whales ? 
Although a Class of giants, you will find 
Their greatness not in body, but in mind. 

Prodigious tho' they be in power of brain. 
To swim the oceans they would strive in vain. 
The lion, true, for ages past has been 
The King of Beasts : but these are Kings of Men. 
We see no likeness can be found on earth, 
But higher things may yet portray their worth. 
In Heaven, then, the sun you may suggest; 
Ay, there's one Senior, but where are the rest? 
Should thirty suns the vaulted blue possess, 
'Twould be a splendid type, I must confess. 
Tho' stars unchanging, calm, and steadfast glow, 
Prom heights sublime regarding things below, 
Their light with Naughty-Seven's can not vie, 
But pales as when old Sol ascends the sky. 
And so, to find a just similitude, 
The quest is vain, no matter where renew'd; 

And tho' a man should search the universe, 
He'd find most symbols bad, the others worse. 

Incomparable Class of Nineteen-Seven, 

Your college work is done: but, like the leaven 

When hidden in the woman's measured meal, 

Your inward power you can not conceal. 

Your character the land shall permeate, 
And Texas will become a greater State! 
Your leavening pow'r to this injunction leads: 
Keep raising "dough" for Alma Mater's needs! 



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Senior Class of 1907. 

i sfe ife 

MOTTO : 
We Are IT. 

YELL: 

Four years 
We've worked, we've shirked, 
We've been examed. 

Hurrah ! Hurra It ! 
So long, Professors; 
We irant sheepskins, 
And nothing lesser. 
We are thirty-five 
Seniors! Seniors! 

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OFFICERS : 

President F. D. Cave NESS 

Vice-President Bess Hardy 

Secretary Iris England 

Treasurer T. J. Mosley 



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JUNIOR CLASS. 



Junior Class 1906-1907. 

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COLORS : 
Blonde* and Brunettes. 



MOTTO : 
Never Study Between Meals. 



YELLS : 

The Laws of the U. S. do not permit the publication of the Junior yells. 



OFFICERS: 

President J. R. Griffin 

Vice-President Annie Lou Smith 

Secretary and Treasurer J. D. Wheeler 

Editor H. R. Aldredge 



history : 



The History or Pedigree of the Junior Glass, as found in the "Doom's Day 
Book," may be obtained by applying to the Registrar of the Southioestem Univer- 
sity; or further particulars of this Class may be obtained by corresponding with 
Dr. B. S. Hyer, Regent. 



''When you write please mention the Sou'wester 



Class Stoll. 






Abney. ,1.1) Georgetown, Texas. 

K2 : Alamo Intermediate Debater, '05-'06 ; Personal Editor of Magazine, '06-'07. 

Aldkedge, H. R Dallas. Texas. 

KA; Glee Club, '03-'04; Football Team, '04-'05; Assistant Editor Sou'wester, 
'05-'06; Assistant Manager Baseball Team, ,'05-'06; Track Team, '06-'07; 
Class Editor. 

Armstrong, CM Blooming Groye, Texas. 

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Barctjs, Alli e Georgetown, Texas. 

ZTA: Clio; Annual Staff, '05-'06 ; Basketball Team. '04-'05. 

Black. 0. B Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Vice-President German Club; Monitor Junior Section; Barb. 

Clark. W. E Solomonville. Arizona. 

Fitting School Scholarship, 1004; Annual Staff, *03-'O4 ; Intermediate Debate, 
1904: Magazine Staff. '05-'06, '06- '07; Brooks' Prize Debate. '05-'06, '06-'07; 
Debating Council, '05-'06. 

Curry, E. B Mansfield, Texas. 

K2 ; San Jacinto; German Club, '05-'06; Assistant Enstructor Chemistry, 
'06-'07. 

Edens. Lettie Georgetown, Texas. 

Student. 

Ghieein. J. K Merkel. Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debater, '05-'06; Marshal. '06-'07; Annual Staff. 
'06-'07; Magazine Staff, '06-'07; Class President. 

Henry. H. B Oakville, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Howard, Katherine Vernon, Texas. 

HK: Clio; Personal Editor. '06-'07; Lecture Committee, 'Oli-'OT; Inter-Society 
Relations Committee, '06-'07. 

Huckabee, E. C Georgetown, Texas. 

Alamo; Intermediate Debate. '06-'07 ; Marshal, '06-'07; Glee Club, '04-'05. 

Ilfrey, W. L Cedar Bayou, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Council of Honor, '05-'06; Glee Club, '05- 5 06; Magazine Staff, 
'06-'07 ; German Club, '06. 

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[sbell, J. F Sanger, Texas. 

Alamo; Baseball Team, '05-'06, '(Mi-'OT. 

Key, 1. F Bronte, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debate, '05-'06; Commencement Debate, '06-07; 
President of Student Volunteer Band ; Barb. 

King, J. E Childress, Texas. 

Alamo; Intermediate Debate, '0G-'07 Y. M. C. A. Delegate, '06; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet, '06-'07; Secretary Athletic Association, '06-'07; Executive Com- 
mittee Athletic Association, '06-07 ; "The Company" C. C. Club. 

Langston, Boy Alonzo Sidney, Texas. 

Glee Club, '03-'04; .Marshal, 'O.VOti ; San Jacinto Historian. '05-'06; Inter- 
mediate Debater, '06-'07. 

Leati-i, J. Kilgore, Texas. 

KA; Alamo; Glee Ckib, '05-'06; Alternate and Delegate to State Oratorical 
Contest. '05-'06; Sophomore Magazine Essay Medal, '05-'06 ; Magazine Staff, 
'06- , ()7; Alamo Intermediate Debate, '06-'07 ; Y. M. C. A. Council, '06-'07; 
Vice-President Prohibition Association, '06-'07. 

McLean . M . K . Greenvi lie, Texas. 

KA ; San Jacinto; Secretary Tennis Club, '06-'Oi. 

Miller, Edna Browmvood, Texas. 

'•Student." 

Ramos, V Ojinaga, Chihuahua. Mexico. 

Alamo: Football Team, '05-'06; Track Team, '06-'07. 

Secrest, Lena Georgetown, Texas. 

"Student." 

Staples, S. J Ruston, La. 

San Jacinto. 

Starnes, W. L Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Story, Fred L Funis, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Magazine Staff, '06-'07 ; Council Of Honor, '06-'07; Marshal, 
"06-'07. 

Smith, Annie Lou Chico, Texas. 

Clio; Vice-President Junior Class. 

Smith, Erma Denton, Texas. 

222; Clio. 

Smith, Norma Denton, Texas. 

222; Clio. 

Sweet. M Georgetown, Texas. 

"Special Student." 

Treat, Alice Whitney, Texas. 

"Student." 

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Ward, Charlie L Reagan, Texas. 

Alamo ; Marshal, '05-'06, '06-'07 ; President Tennis Club; Captain and Man- 
ager of Junior Class Baseball Team. 'OG-'O 1 * ; Magazine Staff, 'Ofi-'OT. 

Wheeler, J.I) Arkansas Pass, Texas. 

<5A©; San Jacinto; Treasurer Athletic Association, '05-'06; Executive Com- 
mittee of Athletic Association, '05,'0G-'07 ; Manager Baseball Team, "OG-'OT ; 
Lecture Committee, "06-'07 ; Assistant Business Manager Sou'wester, '05-'06 ; 
Assistant Editor Soii'wester, '06- 5 07; Freshman-Sophomore Declamation 
Contest, '06, etc. 

Wilson, ( '. W Cleburne, Texas. 

KA; Football Team, 'O-t-'Oo, 'Oo-'OG ; Baseball Team, '05-'0G; Captain Track 
Team, *0G-'07 ; Executive Committee Athletic Association, '06-'07. 
Ftxts. 




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Sophomore Jtcademie. 

f2fr iffc i2& 

COLORS. 
Brown and Castor. 



CLASS FLOWER. 

White Daisy. 



MOTTO: 

Venimus, Vidimus, Vincemus. 



OFFICERS. 

President Erle Johnston 

Vice-President Laura Stanford 

Honor Council W. C. HOUSE 

Secretary S . S . Bout w ell 

Treasurer L. E. Dudley 

Poetess Mabel Daugherty 

Editor L. I. Griffin 



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Current &ips. 

t^* t^fc <^* 

1 am about to write the history of the Sophomore Class of Southwestern Uni- 
versity. Yes, history — a record of everything known, thought, felt, or done. Seem- 
ingly, it's an easy job ; but when it comes to the reality, it's a monstrous undertak- 
ing. I might record what everyone has thought, or felt, but when it comes to 
writing what the class has done, everything glittering, and everybody pompous, sink 
into a loathful insignificance. 

We have done our duty to ourselves and to the college ; we have reflected credil 
upon the student body, the freshmen, and especially the faculty. We have done 
more; we have produced the most noted scholars, orators, debaters, and musicians 
in college !!!!!! 

Our record in the field is proportionate. The baseball, the football, the bas- 
ketball, the tennis team, and, in fact, everything else of any importance, is made up 
of Sophomore squads. 

And then our girls ! the best in the world. When you behold a dimpled 
maiden crowded on every side by dozens of eager suitors, you wonder how she 
classes. If she is a Sophomore, she is intelligent beyond the ordinary, musical, and 
artistic, and the prettiest and sweetest thing you ever saw. If she does not possess 
these qualities, and every other admirable one known to enlightened man, she is 
either a Freshman, or a conceited Senior, who has lost all hope in this world and is 
sorrowfully waiting for another. 

It is impossible to comprehend the power of such an august body ; while it re- 
mains a unit, nothing is impossible. A book could serve only as an introductory 
of its greatness, an encyclopedia but as a brief history. When in after years you 
chance upon one of its members, never fear, for you behold, in all its wisdom and 
strength, the prepared article. 

Whew ! ! ! 




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Sfiembers. 

Allen. G-ussie Beaumont, Texas. 

222 ; Alethean. 
Ayres, Arthur L Dallas, Texas. 

KA; San Jacinto; Glee Club, '05-'06-'07 ; Inter-Society Relations Committee; 
Treasurer Tennis Club. 
Bass. T. T Terrell, Texas. 

<£A® ; Alamo ; Fresh-Soph Declamation Contest, '06. 
Beck. J. W Caddo Mills, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Betts, W. E., Jr Hereford, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Black. Hugh S Wellington, Texas. 

Boutwell, S. S Celeste, Texas. 

Alamo; Intermediate Debate, '05-'0fi ; Intermediate Orator, '06-'07 ; Glee 
Club, '05-'06-'07. 
Brown. Robert H McKinney, Texas. 

K2 ; Varsity Baseball Team, '06-'07 ; Football, '05-'06 ; Freshmen Baseball, 
'05 ; Captain Sophomore Baseball Team, '06 ; Track Team, '06-'07 ; Ana- 
nais Club, "H. 0. B. B." 
Campbell, T. M., Jr Austin, Texas. 

$A@; Annual Staff. 
Caperton, John F Georgetown, Texas. 

Alamo; Glee Club. 
Chapman, J. W Georgetown, Texas. 

KA ; San Jacinto ; Assistant in Biology, '04-'05-'06 ; Glee Club, Soph Medal, 
'05-'06. 

Cody, T. Hughes Georgetown, Texas. 

$A©; Alamo. 
Cooper,, Madge Georgetown, Texas. 

AA<J>. 

Carothers, Bessie M Georgetown, Texas. 

Clark, Pauline Ennis, Texas. 

ZTA. 

Daughtrey. Gene Georgetown, Texas. 

AA<S>. 

Daugherty. Mable Grace Georgetown, Texas. 

HK. 
Dudley, L. E Abilene, Texas. 

KA; Alamo; Glee Club, ? 05-'06-'07; Intermediate Debate. '06-'07. 



Doak, Donald B Olustee, Okla. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debate, '06-'07. 
Ferguson. CD Leesville, La. 

K2; Alamo. 
Fields, Josephine Merkel Texas 

222. 
Fisher, Marilee San Marcos, Texas. 

ZTA ; Alethean. 

Fleming, Jewel Mt. Vernon, Texas. 

Gammenthaler, Richard Fredericksburg, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Griffin, Mamie San Marcos, Texas. 

Griffin, L. I Merkel, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Hall, Bert B Santa Anna, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Harkey, Claude De Kalb, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; Intermediate Debate, '06-'07. 
Harrison, J. E,. Jr San Antonio, Texas. 

<frA© ; San Jacinto ; Glee Club. 
Heppenstall, Armour Lockbart, Texas. 

ZTA. 
House, W. C Dallas, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debate, '05-'06 ; President Prohibition League; 
Council of Honor, '06-'07 ; Inter-Societv Eelations Committee, '06-'07 ; Y. 
M. C. A. Council, '06-'07. 
Houston. J. P Ector, Texas. 

KA. 
Hyer, Ray Georgetown, Texas. 

222. 
Jackson, Weta Corsicana, Texas. 

ZTA. 
Jackson, E. T Renner, Texas. 

K2 ; San Jacinto ; Soph Baseball Team. 
Johnston. Earle Dallas, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; Open Session Debate, '04 ; Magazine Staff, '05 ; Annual Staff, 
'05-'06 ; Magazine Staff, '06 ; Annual Staff, '06-'07 ; Soph President, '06-'07. 

Kanouse, Anna Mae Terrell, Texas. 

222; Clio. 
Kelley, G. R San Saba, Texas. 

Soph Baseball Team. 
Lewis, F. C Midlothian, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Lockett, Gladys Georgetown, Texas. 

222. 

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Logan, G. A Georgetown, Texas. 

Lowkance, Winnie Georgetown, Texas. 

Maeguess, Julia , Calvert, Texas. 

McKee, Bertha Velaseo, Texas. 

EK; Clio. 
Metcalfe. H. Taylor, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Orator, ; 06- 5 07. 

McMicken, W. P Memphis, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Mulfoed, Mary Belle Georgetown, Texas. 

Nelms, Myetice E Georgetown, Texas. 

ZTA. 

Nettles, George P Marlin, Texas. 

K2; Varsity Baseball, '05-'06-'07; Track Team, '06-'07; "H. 0. B. B." 
Newton, Earl H Yancy, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Paerish, J. Frank Honey Grove, Texas. 

K2; Soph Baseball, '06; Tennis CTub; Ananais Club; "H. 0. B. B." 

Eogeks, Fannie Bye Weatherford, Texas. 

Scrimshire. J. H Georgetown, Texas. 

KA; Alamo; Intermediate Debate, "OG-'OT. 
Sherwood, Nannie Brookston, Texas. 

SK; Clio. 
Simpson, J. F Edna. Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Smith, Allene Teerell Georgetown, Texas. 

HK. 

Stanford, Laura Lorena, Texas. 

Stanford, T. B Waco, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Stone, Katie B Georgetown, Texas. 

Taylor, Mable Georgetown, Texas. 

AA<J>. 

Thompson, Willie McLean, Texas. 

Turner, P. L Gatesville, Texas. 

Soph Baseball Team. 

Walker, Chas. A 

$A© ; San Jacinto. 
W 1 1 itf, Lila Eoyse City, Texas. 



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Sreshman Jtcademie 

COLORS: 
Green, Greener > Greenest. 



yell: 
/ Want My Mamma, 



FLOWER: 
Milk-weed. 



OFFICERS: 

President M. A. Richardson 

Vice-President ..Justin Anderson 

Secretary and Treasurer J. H. Baldridge 

Fditor E. V. Cole 



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freshman Mistory. 

<^r "C> <^> 

It has been appointed unto me to write the history of this Freshman Class; but 
I am not going to do it, Its past is too full of the vicissitudes that naturally 
come in the Freshman year; its future is too resplendent with glorious possibil- 
ities. 

AVhat is a Freshman, anyway? He is the substance of things hoped for, the 
evidence of things not seen. It does not yet appear what he shall be ; but we know 
that, when he shall appear, nobody wants to be like him. You have to take him 
on futures. He may become the president of some defunct life insurance com- 
pany, and, afterwards, linger on a foreign strand for the benefit of his health at so 
much per "linger and found"; or be may go into politics and break into the 
penitentiary. 

Notwithstanding all this, the Freshman is an absolute necessity. Someone has 
said that if one were to write the biographies of the great men of any nation he 
will have written the history of the nation itself. So if one were to write the his- 
tory of the Freshman Class of 1906--07, it would be an epitome of all the Univer- 
sity has accomplished during the year. The Senior flourisheth for a season, deliv- 
ereth his oration in a fog-horn voice, and then passeth out; and the place that once 
knew him knows him no more ; but the Freshman abideth forever. We could 
imagine how an institution of learning could dispense with the services of the 
Sophomore, the Junior, and the Senior; but the Freshman is an essential. He is 
the bulwark, the very foundation, we might say, of the educational institutions of 
this country. God made man a little lower than the angels, he left room between 
for the Freshman. 

In conclusion, let us remark that we now stand on the great divide that sepa- 
rates the nebulous domain of the Freshman from the land where the Sophomore 
dwelleth and where "the grapes of Eshcol grow," and next year we intend to go 
over and possess the land. E. V. Cole. 




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Jweshman Mo//. 

Anthon, Mamie McGregor, Texas. 

Anderson, Justin Anson, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; Vice-President Freshman Class. 

Anderson, Ollie Georgetown, Texas. 

Avriett, J. W Athens, Texas. 

Baldridge, J. H Gorman, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debate. 

Barton, Mattie Sue Malakoff, Texas. 

Alethean. 
Belford. Louise Georgetown, Texas. 

AA*. 

Black, Erle J Georgetown, Texas. 

Bluett, W. W 



Boatner, Buby Georgetown, Texas. 

Bolton . Robt. S Jacksonville, Texas. 

Boon . Welburn Tyler, Texas. 

Alamo ; *A©. 

Booth, Percy W Houston, Texas. 

Bowers, William T Santa Anna, Texas. 

Alamo ; Track Team ; Ball Team. 
Brewer, Robt. Lee Kenney, Texas. 

Alamo; 4>A© ; Intermediate Debater; President of Freshman Class. 
Brodie, E. C Hereford, Texas. 

Alamo ; KS ; Glee Club. 

Brown, Paul T Cherokee, Texas. 

Bucy, Annie Rising Star, Texas. 

Burgher. Walter L Dallas, Texas. 

<SA©. 

Buss, W. F Seguin, Texas. 

Calloway, R. Denison, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Caperton, John F Georgetown, Texae. 

Alamo. 

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Carter, David W San Antonio, Texas. 

San Jacinto; K2. 

Cartwright, John R Terrell, Texas. 

KA. 

Casey, Blanche Georgetown, Texas. 

Chapman, Blanche Georgetown, Texas. 

Chapman. Loretnta C Georgetown, Texas. 

Chapman. James W Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; KA ; Winner in Freshman-Sophomore Declamation Contest, '06. 
Chessher. Catherine J Georgetown, Texas. 

AA*. 
Chiles, Nellie Dallas, Texat. 

222. 

Christian, Ed. A San Marcos, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Christian, George E Marble Falls, Texas. 

Clamp, Nannie B Georgetown, Texas. 

AA*. 

Cockrell, Alexander V Dallas, Texas. 

Cole, Euclid Virgil Georgetown, Texas. 

Alamo; Sou'wester Staff, '07. 

Coleman, Bertha Georgetown, Texas. 

Corbin, John W Torreon, Mexico. 

Crawford, Eunice C Abbott, Texas. 

Davidson, Frank Ross Georgetown, Texas. 

Dobie, James F Beeville, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Ellington, Ada Vernon, Texas. 

Eubank, R. G Georgetown, Texas. 

Fisher E. E Seguin, Texas. 

Alamo; Travis Intermediate Debate; Tennis Club. 

Forrester, J. W Moody, Texas. 

Foster, Joseph A Georgetown, Texas. 

Gillette, H. W . . Cedar Grove, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Gilleland, W. B Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto; KA. 
Glen, B. G Willington, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Graham, Thomas E Willington, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Graves, Gladys Georgetown, Texas. 

AA*. 

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Green, Joe M Houston, Texas. 

KS; Track Team; Freshman Baseball Team. 
Griffin, L. I Blooming Grove, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Sou'wester Staff', "07'. 

Griffin, Mamie V San Marcos, Texas. 

Gross, William Mineral Wells, Texas. 

K% 

Hagard, Luther G Midlothian, Texas. 

. Alamo. 

Hall, F. W Georgetown, Texas. 

Hanover. Mary Wheelock, Texas. 

Clio. 

Hari.ess. Helen Georgetown, Texas. 

Harris, Fannie Fulshear, Texas. 

ZTA. 
Harris, Hunter Fulshear, Texas. 

KS : San Jacinto: Freshman Baseball Team. 
Hawkins. L. D Austin, Texas. 

Alamo; <E>A®. 
Hearne. Ben W Palestine. Texas. 

*A®. 

Heard. L. P Georgetown, Texas. 

Hendeick. F. A Rogers, Texas. 

Hendrix, J. B Bed Bock, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Intermediate Debater; Council of Honor. 
Hendry. C. Haygood Hunehow, China. 

San Jacinto; Orchestra. 
Hendry, Madge Hunehow, China. 



Hensel, IT. L Leander, Texas. 

Holman. John T La Grange, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Hollingsw'ORTH, Noel Mertens, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Holt, Frank Alberta, La. 

Alamo. 

Ho wren, Anna Lee Amarillo, Texas. 

HucKABEE. Bobt. N Georgetown. Texas. 

Alamo. 

Harrell, Joab G Chappell, Texas. 

Isbell, Keener B Sanger, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; Prep. Declaimer, '06. 
Jones, Charles Clifford Dallas, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

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Jones, Gowan Georgetown, Texas 

San Jacinto. 
Jackson, Weta E Corsicana, Texas. 

Aletliean ; ZTA . 
Kelley, Geo. B San Saba, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Kelley, Harry E Bartlett, Texas. 

Key. Garland Bronte, Texas. 

Knowles. Wm. Moon Kemp, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; KA. 

Longino. Boy B Sulphur Springs, Texas. 

Landrum. Clarence U Bound Bock, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Leonards. H . W. F New Brannfels, Texas. 

Lewis, Nannie Sherwood, Texas. 

Aletliean. 

Liles. John V Lott, Texas. 

Lixdsey, A.J Regency, Texas. 

Alamo. 

McClain, ,C. C Hubbard City, Texas. 

. Ball Team. 

McKexxox. Katherine Georgetown, Texas. 

Malone, Sadie A Orange, Texas. 

McCitllom, B. N Bising Star, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Tennis Clnb. , 

Marcom. Boy Leonard, Texas. 

Matlock, Alma Georgetown, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Matiiis, Foxtaix Elgin, Texas. 

Sou'wester Staff. '07. 

Mayes, Tyty Brownwood, Texas. 

Merideth. Jno. Henry Dallas, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Freshman Baseball Team. 

Mitchell. Katie May Wheelock, Texas. 

Clio. 

Montgomery, Fred A Georgetown, Texas. 

Moore, Folsom Strawn, Texas. 

MoRPiiis. Claud M Brnceville, Texas. 

Morphis, Hellte Brnceville, Texas. 

Moss, William B Llano, Texas. 

Myers, Brantley A Kennedy, Texas. 

Myers. L. N Kennedy, Texas. 

Alamo. 

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Nll.ms. Lena May Georgetown, Texas. 

ZTA. 

Owen, Clara Kalm, Texas. 

Owen. Preston Cisco, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Owen, R. E Georgetown, Texas. 

Owens, Thomas II Whitt. Texas. 

Patison.. Gaiseb Y Santa Anna. Texas. 

Patrick. Alma Georgetown, Texas. 

Pearce, Will M Santa Anna, Texas 

Alamo. 
Peel. Dan E Porl Sullivan. Texas. 

Alamo. 

Pettus, Lkita McL Georgetown, Texas. 

Pluenneke, P. C Castell, Texas. 

A In mi i. 

Pool. Carl I Valley Mills, Texas. 

Porter, Ada Mae Georgetown, Texas. 

Poteet, Horace Holland, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 

Powell, Bess Gatesville, Texas. 

Powers, Vivian B 

Pruitt. Fay D Blooming Grove, Texas. 

Pullen. Myrtle A Jacksonville, Texas. 

Alethean ; ZTA. 

Putman, Martha E Waco, Texas. 

Reed. Joe B Honey ({rove, Texas. 

KX 

Reid. Josephine Calvert, Texas. 

Clio; ZTA. 

Bichardsox, Frank M Sherman, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Richardson, Marvin A Rockwood, Texas. 

Alamo; President Freshman Class. 

Ridley, Miriam L Gilmer, Texas. 

Alethean. 

Riley, Plaiji Georgetown, Tex- 

Root. Daniel Easley Georgetown, Texas 

Rodser, Edna Ray Georgetown, Texas. 

Runkle, James T Cooke's Point. Texas. 

Alamo. 

(il 



Russell. Elise U , Mineola, Texas. 

Alethean. 

Sanders, B. Lynn Enbbard City, Texas. 

Sanders, M artha Georgetown, Texas. 

Sanders, Shipp G Georgetown, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Sansom, Ernest S Georgetown, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Sessions. Jessie V Rockdale, Texas. 

Alethean ; HK. 

Sherman, John W Gatesville, Texas. 

Shine. Marguerite B Farmersville, Texas 

Clio; 2SX 

Slatox . David L Sterling City, Texas. 

Slaughter, Cortez Bowie, Texas. 

KS. 
Slaughter, II ugo Bowie, Texas. 

K2. 

Smallwood, George Tecnmseh, Texas. 

Smallwood, L. B Tecmnseh, Texas. 

Smith, E. B Georgetown, Texas. 

Smith, H. F., Jr Cameron, Texas. 

Stanford, Frank R Lorena, Texas. 

Stephens. Kelley Temple, Texas. 

Strange. Ernest M Riesel, Texas. 

Taylor, Gladys Kaufman, Texas. 

Clio; ZTA. 
Thomas. Clifton H Terrell, Texas. 

San Jacinto; KA. 
Thurmond. Joe Bonham, Texas. 

<I>A©. 

Troutman, Rector H Dallas, Texas 

Alamo. 

Tunnell, Theodore II Rising Slav, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Walker, Charles Croft, Texas. 

$A®. 

Walling, J. J Bonham, Texas 

Alamo. 

Ward, Seth W Nashville, Tenn. 

KS. 

Weaver, Bedford Alvord, Texas. 

San Jacinto; Fitting School Scholarship, '06. 

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Weisser, F. L New Braunf els, Texas. 

Alamo. 

Weisser, J. G New Braunf els, Texas. 

Alamo. 
Whittle, Hazel Georgetown, Texas. 

ZTA. 

Whitfield, Walter E Millersville, Texas. 

Wilcox, Fannie M Georgetown, Texas. 

Wilkerson, Birdie Bell Temple, Texas. 

Williams, Ethel Terryville, Texas. 

W illiams, E. Y Whitewright, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; <£A©. 

Willson, Geneva Bridgeport, Texas. 

Willson, James M Bridgeport, Texas. 

Wiseman, James H Moody, Texas. 

Wood, F. P Honey Grove, Texas. 

KS. 
Wooten, J. H Columbus, Texas. 

Alamo ; 2AE. 
Works, Willie D Hammond, Texas. 

San Jacinto. 
Wright, Wilbur F Waco, Texas. 

San Jacinto ; <5A© ; Tennis Club. 
Zang, John E Dallas, Texas. 




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Joint Record of the Jtlamo and San Jacinto Societies Sn Oi 

^Debate. 



^ratory and 



|^V (j.™ |^* 

Sleeord of Champion 2>edates. 



Year Winning Society 

1878 San Jacinto 

1879 San Jacinto 

1880 .... San Jacinto 

1881 Alamo 

1882 San Jacinto 

1883 San Jacinto 

1884 Alamo 

1885 Alamo 

1886 . . San Jacinto 

1887 San Jacinto 

1888 San Jacinto 

1889 Alamo 

1890 Alamo 

1891 San Jacinto 

1892 San Jacinto 



Year Winning Society 

1893 Alamo 

1894 Alamo 

1895 Alamo 

1896 San Jacinto 

1897 San Jacinto 

1898 Alamo 

1899 Alamo 

1900 San Jacinto 

1901 San Jacinto 

1902 Alamo 

1903 San Jacinto 

1904 San Jacinto 

1905 San Jacinto 

1906 San Jacinto 



«^6 «cNS «5f 



Society 31 f filiation of Southwestern' s Representatives at the Contest of the 
&exas State Oratorical dissociation. 



it" ^5* t^* 



Years 

1894 (Won Medal) Alamo 

1895 Alamo 

1896 San Jacinto 

1897 . San Jacinto 

1898 '•'.... San Jacinto 

1899 San Jacinto 

1900 (Won Medal) San Jacinto 



Years 

1901 (Won Medal) San Jacinto 

1902 Alamo 

1903 Alamo 

1904 San Jacinto 

1905 San Jacinto 

1906 San Jacinto 



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31 lam o Society. 



K < jt jt . 

MOTTO : 
Let men learn illustrious virtue by association. 



yell: 
Jlul-la, lia-loo. Tlo, Bo, 
Eul-la, Ba-loo, Bo, Bo. 

He-ro, He-ro I 
Three cheers for Alamo. 



OFFICERS FOR 1906-1907. 

September, 1906. 

President w. Y. Switzer. 

Vice-President w. E. Clad: 

CRITrc L. L. Moore. 

Secretary / .#. K ing. 

November. 1906, 

President e. R. Stanford. 

Vice-President ./. //>,/,, -Edwards. 

° EITI ° W. E. Clark. 

Secretary Fj dd Munden. 

January, 1907. 

President ./. Eale Edwards. 

Vice-President ./. /;. | /,„,,,,. 

Critic £. L. Moore. 

Secretary b. B. Hall. 

March, 1907. 

President II'. ./. Stanford. 

Vice-President E. C. fluckabee. 

Critic L. L. Moore. 

Secretary /!. /!. Hall. 

May. "1907. 

President Edd Munden. 

Vice-President ('. L. Ward. 

Critic L. L. Moore. 

Secretary W. M. Pearce. 

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y|ff RAt . BREW ER. 



ALAMO INTERMEDIATE DEBATERS. 



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Jtlamo intermediate SDebate. 



j* j* * 



Oration: "Sam Houston," S. S. Boutwell 



Debate. — "Resolved: That a Democratic - Republican Form of Government 
Would, at the Present Time, be Best for Russia." 



Affirmative : 

J. E. King, 

J. H. SCRIMSHIRE, 

R. L. Brewer. 



Negative 



J. O. Leath, 

E. C HUCKABEE, 

L. E. Dudley. 



Decision for Affirmative. 




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ALAMO SOCIETY ROLL. 



Abney, J. D. 
Bass, T. T. 
Bolton, W. D. 
Brewer, B. L. 
Blackburn, W. L. 
Bout well, S. S. 
Boone, W. 
Bowers, W. T. 
Brodie, E. C 
Betts, W. E. 
Caveness, F. D. 
Caperton, J. F. 
Clark, W. E. 
Cole, E. V. 
Cody, T. H. 
Calloway, B. 
Dobie, J. F. 
Dudley, L. E. 
Edwards, J. H. 
Ferguson, C. D. 
Fisher, E. E. 



Glenn, B. G. 
Gillette, H. W. 
Gammenthaler, B. 
Hall, B. B. 
Huckabee, E. C. 
Huckabee, B. N. 
Hawkins, L. D. 
Haggard, L. G. 

ISBELL, J. F. 

King, J. E. 
Lewis, F. C. 
Leatii, J. O. 

LlNDSEY, A. J. 

Marcom, B. 
Moore, F. 
Moore, L. L. 
Munden, Edd. 
Myers, S. M. 
Owens, P. 
Pearce, W. M. 
Peel, D. E. 



Plueneke, P. C. 
Eamos, V. 

BlCHARDSON, F. M. 
BlCHARDSON, J. E. 

Bunkle, J. T. 
Stanford, W. J. 
Stanford, E. B. 
Stanford, T. B. 
Scrimshire, J. H. 
Sansom, E. 

SWITZER, W. Y. 

Tucker, J. L. 
Troutman, B. 

TUNNELL, T. A. 

Ward, C. L. 

Wallsng, James. 
Weisser, F. G. 
Weisser, J. G. 
Wiseman, J. H. 
Wooten. J. H. 




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Jt/amo Society Mistory. 

<2y "O "Qy 

The Alamo Society is nearing the close of one of her most successful years. 

The work has been earnest and thorough, and the record for which she has 
been noted ever since she has existed, that of making and developing well-rounded 
men, has been proudly held up. 

Each year, since she was organized in the early life of the University, she has 
sent out men to fill positions of honor and distinction until now we are represented 
all over the South by eminent lawyers, preachers, professors, and men of all pro- 
fessional lines. 

Although we look with pride upon the work she has accomplished, we value 
more highly that which she is doing now, because she has never hesitated in her 
forward movement, and the equipment attained now in her hall is more thorough 
and far-reaching than ever before. 

In our intermediate debate, King, Brewer, and Scrimshire versus Leath, Huck- 
abee, and Dudley represented us in a most creditable manner. They debated as 
only Alamos know how, and gave us something interesting and highly instructive. 

The Alamo never fails to come forward at Commencement to claim and re- 
ceive the greater part of all honors. Although it is not yet time for them to be 
awarded this year, everyone knows the way they will go. 

W. L. Blackburn will represent us in the debate with Arkansas. 

Clark and Caveness will fight it out for us in the Brook's Prize Debate, a fact 
to which is attributed the present pallor of the San Jacks. 

The prospect of the Alamo was never so bright as at present. She has done 
a great work, she is doing a greater work, and the field she covers is ever increas- 
ing. Edd Munden. 



'He that tooteth not his own horn, the same shall not be tooted." 

Sou'westeh. 



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CAM 1 A 




D/~Vl I 


Anderson, J. Hofse, W. C. 


nvJLL. 

M ETCALFE, H. 0. 


Ayres, A. L. 


Hudspeth, H. A. 


MOSLEY. T. J. 


Baldiudge, J. H. 


HUFFSTUTTLER, H. 1 


Nettles, G. P. 


Beck. J. W. 


Ilprey, W. Tj. 


POTEET, H. 


BRYAN, G. J. 


ISBELL, K. K. 


Rylander. C. W. 


Carter, D. W., Jr. 


Jackson, E. T. 


Sanders, S. G. 


Chapman, J. W. 


Jones. C. 


Simpson. J. F. 


Christian. Ed A. 


Jones, G. 


Staples. S. J. 


Craig, W. M. 


Johnson, T. C. 


Starnes, R. 


Doak, I). B. 


Johnston. E. 


Starnes. W. L. 


GlLLELAND, W. B. 


IvELLEY, G. R. 


Story. P. L. 


Griffin, J. R. 


Knowles, W. M. 


Strange. E. M. 


Griffin, L. I. 


1 

Landrum. C. 1ST. 


Sweet. M. S. 


Harkey. C. 8. 


Langston, R. A. 


Thomas, C. H. 


Harris, H. 


Loveless, W. C. 


Weaver, B. 


Hendrix. J. B. 


McLean, M. K. 


Wheeler, J. D. 


Hendry, C. H. 


Macune, D. 


Will i a.ms. C. A. 


Henry, H. B. 


McCullum, R. N. 


Willi ams. R. Y. 


Hill. B. 0. 


McMicken, W. P. 


Works, W. D. 


Ho LLI NSVv'ORTH, 1ST. 


Meredith, J. H. 


Wright. W. F. 





HARKEY 



JH.BAIDRIDCF 



TOY LANGSTON" 



San fiaeinto Sntermediate debaters. 

^* d?* ^* 

Debate: — "Resolved: That the Railroads of the United States Should Re Consol- 
idated, Owned and Operated by the Federal Government." 



Affirmative: 



D. B. DOAK, 

W. L. ILFREY, 

J. B. Hendrix. 



Negative: 



C. S. Harkey, 
R. A. Langston, 
J. H. Baldridge. 



(Decision for Affirmative) 
Oration:— "The Anti- Graft Crusade," - ----- By H. O. Metcalfe 



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San Jacinto Society. 

((?* t^* s^* 

MOTTO : 

'Perfect eloquence clothes man toiili kingly power." 



yell: 
Hullaballoo, blick black, 
Hullaballoo, blick black, 
■San Jac, San Jac, 
Tigers!!! 



OFFICERS FOR 1906-1907. 

Commencement, 1906. 

President W. J. B. Buttrill. 

Vice-President T. C. Johnson. 

Critic H. A. Hudspeth. 

Secretary J. W. Chapman. 

September, 1906. 

President T. C. Johnson. 

Vice-President ./. D. Wheeler. 

Critic J. R. Griffin. 

Secretary W. L. Ilfrey. 

November, 1906. 

President H. A. Hudspeth. 

Vice-President J. R. Griffin. 

Critic T. J. Mosley. 

Secretary W. L. Ilfrey. 

January, 1907. 

President D. Macune. 

Vice-President Erie Johnston. 

Critic F. L. Story. 

Secretary W. C. Loveless. 

March, 1907. 

President R. Starnes. 

Vice-President F. L. Story. 

Critic T. J. Mosley. 

Secretary A. L. Ayres. 

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history of the San Jacinto JJiterary Society. 
*r </f fur 

Literary society work began at Southwestern with the Alamo Society; but fol- 
lowing the old adage concerning "a bad beginning,'' it reached its perfection and 
full fruition in San Jacinto. This society, year by year, has fulfilled the mis- 
sion implied in her motto : ''Perfect eloquence clothes a man with kingly power." 
Her members, both on college occasions and in the vocations of after-life, have 
upheld her banner and Southwestern's, and, what is more, have kept them waving. 

"But," you say, "while boastful assertion tickles the ear, prosaic proof satisfies 
the brain; hot air raises fine balloons, but cold facts cut the most ice." 

Very well. In order to suit your judicial intellect, let us consult the records 
and produce the figures. Beginning with the present school year, we find that San 
Jacinto has the following men in her ranks : 

The Manager of the Baseball Team. 

The Captain of the Baseball Team. 

A majority of the baseball players. 

The Captain of the Track Team. 

The Captain-Elect for next year. 

Five out of the eight society members who are on the Track Team. 

The winner of 35 points of a total of 63 won by Southwestern at the Waco 
Track Meet, 19 of the remaining 28 being won by non-society men. 

Three members out of five on the Council of Honor. 

Four out of the six Senior Orators chosen for the Commencement contest. 

The editors of the "Sou'wester," the "Magazine," and "The Senior." 

Various other distinctions which San Jacinto has won might be mentioned 
save for lack of space, and this with many honors as yet undecided. 

Last year her record was no less splendid, for she won the following honors: 

The Brooks Prize Debate. 

The representation to the T. S. 0. A. 

The Curators' Medal for Oratory. 

The Freshman-Sophomore Declamation Medal. 

The Magazine Medal for the Best Poem. 

Her men, of course, held various posts of honor and trust, such as the man- 
agement of the Baseball Team, the Captaincv of the same, and the management 
of the Glee Club. 

Out of twenty-nine champion debates between the two societies, San Jacinto 
has won eighteen, or 62 per cent. Puzzle : find the lion's share. 

Southwestern has sent thirteen speakers to the contests of the Texas State 
Oratorical Association, and of these San Jacinto has supplied nine, or more than 
69 per cent. Of these nine, two have won the State Medal, as against one winner 
coming from a rival society. The records of both societies will be found elsewhere, 
and this will speak more eloquently than any words of this poor scribe. 

As a historian may not include prophecy in his work, however much he may 
desire to do so, and however much of glory and honor the future clearly has in 
store for his partv, this humble effort must now come to a close. 

"Nothing bashful." Sou'wester. T. J. Mosley. 

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81 



Clio jCiterary Society. 

t^ri $£& £& 

MOTTO : 

Volamus alis propriis. 



Colors: Pink and Gray. 



Flower: Pink Carnation. 



OFFICERS. 



Commencement, 1905-'06. 

President Nora Hotchkiss. 

Vice-President Victoria Newton. 

Secretary Anne Johnston. 

Crittc Ethel Rogers. 

First Term.. 1906-'07. 

President Nannie Sherwood. 

Vice-President Mary Peebles. 

Secretary Anne Mae Kanouse. 

Critic Mary Peebles. 

Second Term, 1906-'07. 

President Bess Hardy. 

Vice-President Ola Niece. 

Secretary Katie Mae Mitchell. 

Critic Mary Hanover. 

Third Term., 1906-'07. 

President Annie Lou Smith. 

Vice-President Mary Hanover. 

Secretary Kate Coltrane. 

Critic Kalh erine Howard. 



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Clio Society Officers. 




BESS HARDY 





ANNE MAE KANOUSE 




MARY PEEBLES 



ANNIE SHERWOOD 




KATIE MAE MITCHELL 



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CLIO SOCIETY ROLL. 



Boaz, Jessie. 
Barcus, Allie. 
Coltrane, Kate. 
Fisher, Marilee. 
Hendry, Madge. 
Howard, Katherine. 
Hanover, Mary. 
Heppenstall, Armour. 
Hardy, Bess. 
Jackson, Frances. 
Jones, Ivalee. 
Kanotjse, Anna Mae. 
Lusk, Nora. 
Mitchell, Katie Mae. 
Morris, Monta. 
Niece, Ola. 



Peebles, Mary. 
Roberts, Flora. 
Beed. Josie. 
Sherwood, Nannie. 
Shine. Marguerite. 
Scaling, Agnes. 
Smith, Erma. 
Smith, Norma. 
Secoy, Minnie. 
Secrest, Lena. 
Smith, Annie Lou. 
Smith, Alleen. 
Taylor, Gladys. 
Taulman, Minnie Lee 
Thomas, Mary. 




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Jllethean Society. 

4f 4f «8T 

motto : 
"7 would rather be than seem to be." 

Colors: White and Dark Blue. 

Flower: Bluebonnet. 

OFFICERS, 1906-'07. 

Commencement, 1906. 

President Mary Church. 

Vice-President Rose Nelson. 

Secretary Marybelle Mulford. 

Critic Lida Miller. 

First Term. 

President Annie Bauknight. 

Vice-President Lizzie Runkle. 

Secretary Ray Tompson. 

Critic Carrie Church. 

Second Term. 

President Iris England. 

Vice-President Alez Russel. 

Secretary Jessie Sessions. 

Critic Winfrey Leak. 



90 



Jtlethean Society Officers. 




JESSIE SESSIONS 




IRIS ENGLAND 




ELIZABETH RUNKLE 




RAY THOMPSON 




WINFREY LEAK 



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HLLiriL 

Allen, Gussie. 


Uni nULL, 

Lewis, Nannie. 


Bauknight. Annie. 


Leak. Winfrey. 


Barton, Matttk .Sue. 


Moody. Vera. 


Cheney, Nernie. 


Morris, Nona. 


Church, Carrie. 


McHenry, Margret. 


Chiles, Iva. 


Pullen, Myrtle. 


Daugherty, Mabel. 


Putman, Blossom. 


England, Iris. 


Perkins, Julia. 


Pisek, Kate. 


Rasbury, Bertha. 


Gibson, Louise. 


Runkle, Elizabeth. 


Garret, Maud. 


Ridley, Mariam. 


Grote, Floss ik. 


Russel, Klise. 


Hotchkiss, Alleen. 


Roberts, Charlie. 


Harris, Ottie. 


Sessions. Jesstio. 


Jackson, Weta. 


Tompson, Ray. 


King, Myrtle. 







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INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATERS. 



INTER-COLLEGIATE DEBATE AT FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS. 



University of Arkansas vs. Southwestern University. 



Resolved : "That United States Senators Should Be Elected by the Direct Vote of the People." 



Affirmative (Univ. of Ark.): 

A. J. Johnson, 
J. P. Woods. 



Negative (S. W. U.): 

W. L. Blackburn (Alamo), 
Rhea Starnes (San Jacinto). 



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NTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATING COUNCIL. 




.FMCAVENMd 

HHHHRHmHHH 



IMA KEY. 



COMMENCEMENT DEBATERS TOR THE BROOKS PRIZE. 



BROOKS PRIZE DEBATE, SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY. 



Resolved: "That Increased Immigration from Southern Italy to the Southern Slates Would 
Be Beneficial to Those State*." 



Affirmative: 



Negative: 



W. E. Clark, I . , • ^ D. Macune, / ^ T . , „ . . 

F. D CAVEXESS, } Alam ° S0Cl6t - y - I. F. KEY, \ S&U JaClnt ° S ° Ciet ^ 



98 




# ed.mim)en. ww^mmidfk 

Vl*P»o " " -naWMy i v «,& w . i ga ILl 



LECTURE COMMITTEE. 




INTER-SOCIETY RELATIONS COMMITTEE. 




E.CHUCKABEE- 



rw.L.ILFREY. 



MARS HALS, 




L. F. Chapman 
Representative Orator to Texas Inter- 
Collegiate State Oratorical 
Association 190(1 



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103 



jfCappa Jhlpha. 

& sfc 'St 

Founded at Washington and Loo, December, 1805. 
Xi Chapter Established, 1883. 



MOTTO : 
"Dieu el les Dames.'' 



Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. 



yell : 



High rickety! Whoop la lay, 
What's the matter with old K. A.? 

Vive la, vive la, Vive la. say, 
Kappa Alpha, rali. rah, ray! 



Fratres in TJrbe: 
D. S. Chessher. W. 1>. Moon. J. E. Snyder. 



Fratres in Factjltate : 

Dr. E. AY. Baird. Prof. J. II. Reedy. 

Prof. W. S. Xelms. Dr. D. E. Seay. 

Dr. H. L. Seay. 



Fratres tn Universitate : 

H. R. Aldredge. F. A. Crutchpield. H. A. Hudspeth. J. H. Scrimshire. 

A. L. Ayres. L. E. Dudley. W. M. Ivnowles. E. B. Stanford. 

W. L. Blackburn. W. B. Gilleland. j. 0. Leatii. C. H. Thomas. 

J. W. Chapman. J. P. Houston. M. K. McLean: W. C. Wilson. 

105 



Diappa Jilpha. -~~ jtctive Chapters. 

%£& (^* ti?* 

Alpha — Washington and Lee University. Omicron. — University of Texas. 
Gamma. — University of Georgia. Pi. — University of Tennessee. 

Delta. — Wofford College. Sigma. — Davidson College. 

Epsilox. — Emory College. Upsilon. — University of North Carolina. 

Zeta. — Randolph-Macon College. Phi. — Southern University. 

Eta. — Richmond College. Chi. — Yanderhilt University. 

Theta. — Kentucky State College. Pssi. — Tulane University. 

Kappa. — Mercer University. 
Lambda. — University of Virginia. 
Xu. — Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 
Xi. — Southwestern University. 
Omega. — Central University of Kentucky. 
Alpha Alpi-ia. — University of the South. 
Alpha Beta. — University of Alabama. 
Alpha Gamma. — Louisiana State University. 
Alpha Delta. — William Jewell College. 
Alpha Zeta. — William and Mary College. 
Alpha Eta. — Westminster College. 
A lp 1 1 a T it eta . — Kentucky University. 
Alpha Kappa. — University of Missouri. 
Alpha Lambda. — Johns Hopkins University. 
Alpha Mil — Millsaps College. 
Alpha Xu. — The George Washington University. 
Alpha Xi. — University of California. 
Alpha Omicron. — University of Arkansas. 
Alpha Pi. — Leland Stanford, Jr., University. 
Alpha Kiio. — University of West Virginia. 
Alpha Sigma. — Georgia School of Technology. 
Alpha Tail — Hampden-Siclney College. 
Alpha Upsilon. — University of Mississippi. 
Alpha Phi. — Trinity College. 
Alpha Chi. — Kentucky Wesleyan University. 
Alpha Omega.— N. C. A. and M. College. 
Beta Alpha. — Missouri School of Mines. 
Beta Beta. — Bethany College. 
Beta Gamma.— College of Charleston. Beta Zeta.— University of Florida. 
Beta Delta.— Georgetown College. Beta Eta.— University of Oklahoma. 

Beta Epsilox. — Delaware College. Beta Theta. — Washington University. 

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TEXAS GAMMA 

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PHI DELTA THETA, 



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fPhi 3)elta Uheta. 

t^* c*^* &?* 

Founded at Miami University in ISIS. 
Texas Gamma Established 1886. 



Flower: While Carnation. 
< 'olors: . I zure, and . I rgent. 



yell ; 



'Rah. Hah. Eah. 
PU-leia 

Phi Delia The hi 
Rah. Rah. Hah. 



FRATRES l\ LTlJBE. 

Judge C. A. Wilcox. J. G. Wilcox. D. W. Wilcox. I). K. Wn.oox. 



Fratres in Facdltate. 
('. C. Cody. \V. C. Vaden. 



Fratres in Universitate. 

Jlifford M. Armstrong. W. LlXoii; Burgher. 

Thomas Tucker Bass. Thomas Mitchell Campbell, Jr 

William Downs Bolton. Thomas Hughes Cody. 

John B. Bolton. John E. Harrison, Jr. 

Welborn B. Boon. Lyndsay D. Hawkins. 

Robert Lee Brewer. James Newton Lott. 

Le Hoy L. Moore. 

John Rueus Thurmond. 

Chas. A. Walker. 

John De Berry Wheeler. 

Robert Y. Williams. 

Wilbur F. Wright. 

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S*hi JDelta Zlheta. — College Chapters. 

t2F* *&* *&* 

Alpha Province. 

Quebec Alpha (1902)— McGill University. Pennsylvania Alpha (1873)— Lafayette Col- 

Ontario Alpha (1906) — Univ. of Toronto. lege. 

Maine Alpha (1884)— Colby College. Pennsylvania Beta (1875)— Penna. College. 

New Hampshire Alpha (1884) — Dartmouth Pennsylvania Gamma (1875) — Washington 
College. and Jefferson College. 

Vermont Alpha(1879) — Vermont University. Pennsylvania Delta (1879) — Allegheny Col- 
Massachusetts Alpha (1886) — Williams Col- lege. 

lege. Pennsylvania Epsilon (18S0) — Dickinson 

Mas'chusetts Beta (1888)— Amherst College. College. 

Rhode Island Alpha (1889)— Brown Univ. Pennsylvania Zeta (1883) — University of 

New York Alpha (1872) — Cornell Univ. Pennsylvania. 

New York Beta (1883)— Union University. Pennsylvania Eta (1887)— Lehigh Univ. 

New York Delta (1884) — Columbia Univ. Pennsylvania Theta (1904) — Pennsylvania 

New York Epsilon (1887) — Syracuse Univ. State College. 

Beta Province. 

Virginia Beta (1873)— University of Va. Virginia Zeta (1887) — Washington and Lee 

Virginia Gamma (1874) — Randolph-Macon University. 

College. North Carolina Beta (1885)— Univ. of N. C. 

Gamma Province. 

Kentucky Alpha-Delta (1850)— Central Uni- Tennessee Alpha (1876)— Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, versity. 

Kentucky Epsilon (1901) — Kentucky State Tennessee Beta (1883) — University of the 
College. South. 

Delta Province. 

Ohio Alpha (1848)— Miami University. Ohio Eta (1896)— Case School of Applied 

Ohio Beta (I860)— Ohio Wesleyan Univ. Science. 

Ohio Gamma (1868)- Ohio University. Ohio Theta (1898)— Univ. of Cincinnati. 

Ohio Zeta (1883)— Ohio State University. Michigan Alpha (1864)— Univ. of Michigan. 

Epsilon Province. 

Indiana. Alpha (1849) — Indiana University. Indiana Epsilon (I860)— Hanover College. 

Indiana Beta (1850) — Wabash College. Indiana Zeta (1868)— DePauw University. 

Indiana Gamma— (1859)— Butler Univ. Indiana Theta (1893) -Purdue University. 

Indiana Delta (I860)— Franklin College. 

Zeta Province. 

Illinois Alpha (1859)— Northwestern Univ. Iowa Beta (1882)— University of Iowa. 

Illinois Beta (1865)— Univ. of Chicago. Missouri Alpha (1870)— Univ. of Missouri. 

Illinois Delta (1871)— Knox College. Missouri Beta (1880)— Westminster College. 

Illinois Zeta (1878) — Lombard College. Missouri Gamma (1891) — Washington Univ. 

Illinois Eta (1893)— University of Illinois. Kansas Alpha (1882)— Univ. of Kansas. 

Wisconsin Alpha (1857)— Univ. of Wis. Nebraska Alpha (1875)— Univ. of Nebraska. 

Minnesota Alpha (1881)— Univ. of Minn. Colorado Alpha (1902)— Univ. of Colorado. 

Iowa Alpha (1871)— Iowa Wesleyan Univ. South Dakota Alpha (1907)— Univ. of S. D. 

Eta Province. 

Georgia Alpha (1871)— Univ. of Georgia. Alabama Alpha (1877) — University of Ala- 

Georgia Beta (1871) — Emory College. bama. 

Georgia Gamma (1872)— Mercer University. Alabama Beta (1879)— Alabama Polytech- 

Ga. Delta (1902)— Ga. Sch. of Technology. nic Institute. 

Theta Province. 

Mississippi Alpha (1877)— Univ. of Miss. Texas Beta (1883)— University of Texas. 

Louisiana Alpha (1889)— Tulane Univ. Texas Gamma (1886)— Southwestern Univ. 

Iota Province. 

California Alpha (1873)— University of Cal- California Beta (1891) — Leland Stanford 
ifornia. Junior University. 

Kappa Province. 
Washington Alpha (1900)— University of Washington. 

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JCappa Sigma. 

*y e5* *2r* 

Founded at University of Virginia, -ISO 7 . 
Iota Chapter Established in 1886. 



Colors: Emerald Green. Scarlet and While 



Flower: The Lily of the Valley. 



yell : 



Eali! Bah! Hah! 
Crescent and Star, 
Vive la! Vive la! 
Kappa Sigma! 



Fratres in Urbe. 
S. A. Hodges. J. L. Price 



Fbateb in Facultate. 
Pbof. S. U. Moobe. 



Featees in Univeesitate. 

J. D. Abney. J. M. Geeen. C. 'V Price. 

E. C. Beodie. E. 1). Haeeis. .7. E. Reed. 

R. PI. Brown. H. 1'. Harris. C. Slaughter. 

G. J. Bbyan. R. S. Hyee, Jr. II. V. Slaughter 

D. W. Carter. E. T. Jackson. P. W. Sims. 

I). W. Carter, Jr. T. C. Johnson. Jr. S. W. Ward. 

C. D. Ferguson. G. P. Nettles. F. P. Wood. 

W. 0. Gross. J. F. Parrlsi-i. 



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JCappa Sigma.~-~jletive Chapters. 



£?* e^' e^* 



DISTRICT I. 
The New England States. 
Psi — University of Maine. 
Alpha-Rho- Bowdoin College. 
Beta-Kappa — New Hampshire College. 
Gamma-Epsilon —Dartmouth College. 
Alpha-Lambda — University of Vermont. 
Gamma-Delta — Mass. State College. 
Gam ma- Eta — Harvard University. 
Birr a- Alpha — Brown University. 

DISTRICT II. 
New York, Pennsylvania east of Pittsburg, and New Jersey 
Alpha-Kappa — Cornell University. 
Gamma-Zeta — New York University. 
Gamma-Iota — Syracuse University. 
Pi — Swarthmore College. 
Alpha-Delta — Pennsylvania State College. 
Alpha-Epsilon — Univ. of Pennsylvania. 
Alpha-Phi — Bucknell University. 
Beta-Iota — Lehigh University. 
Beta-Pi — Dickinson College. 

district hi. 

Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, and Virginia. 

Alpha-Alpha — University of Maryland. 
Alpha-Eta — Geo. Washington University. 
Zeta — University of Virginia. 
Eta— Randolph-Macon College. 
Mu — Washington and Lee University. 
Nu— William and Mary College. 
Upsilon — Haropden-Sidney College. 
Beta-Beta — Richmond College. 

DISTRICT IV. 
North and South Carolina. 

Delta — Davidson College. 
Eta-Prime— Trinity College. 
Alpha Mu— University of North Carolina. 
Beta-EpSilon — N. C. A. and M. College. 
Alpha-Nu— Wofford College. 

district v. 

Georgia, Florida and Alabama. 

Alpha-Beta— Mercer University. 
Alpha-Tau— Ga. School of Technology. 
Beta-Lambda — University of Georgia. 
Beta— University of Alabama. 
Beta-Eta — Ala. Polytechnic Institute. 

DISTRICT VI. 

Tennessee. 

Theta — Cumberland University. 
Kappa— Vanderbilt University. 
Lambda — University of Tennessee. 
Phi— Southwestern Presbyterian Univ. 
Omega — University of the South. 
Alpha-Theta — Southwestern Baptist Univ. 



DISTRICT VII. 

Ohio, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky. 

Alpiia-Sigma— Ohio State University. 
Beta-Phi — Case School of Applied Science. 
Beta-Delta — Washington and Jefferson 

College. 
Beta-Nu— Kentucky State College. 

DISTRICT VIII. 
Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. 

Alpha-Zeta — University of Michigan. 
Chi — Purdue University. 
Alpha-Pi — Wabash College. 
Beta-Theta — University of Indiana. 
Alpha-Gamma — University of Illinois. 
Alpha-Chi— Lake Forest University. 
Gamma-Beta — University of Chicago. 
Beta-Epsilon— University of Wisconsin. 

DISTRICT IX. 

Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, N. Dakota and S. Dakota. 

Beta-Mu — University of Minnesota. 
Beta-Rho — University of Iowa. 
Alpha-Psi— University of Nebraska. 

district x. 
Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Oklahoma. 
Alpha-Omega — William Jewell College. 
Beta-Gamma — Missouri State University. 
Beta-Sigma — Washington University. 
Beta-Chi— Missouri School of Mines. 
Beta-Tau — Baker University. 
Xi — University of Arkansas. 
Gamma-Kappa — University of Oklahoma. 
district xi. 

Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. 

Alpha-Upsilon— Millsaps College. 
Gamma — Louisiana State University. 
Sigma — Tulane University. 
Iota — Southwestern University. 
Tau— University of Texas. 

DISTRICT XII. 

Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. 

Beta-Omicron — University of Denver. 
Beta-Omega — Colorado College. 
Gamma-Gamma— Colo. School of Mines. 

DISTRICT XIII. 

California and Nevada. 

Beta-Zeta — Leland Stanford, Jr., Univ. 
Beta-Xi — University of California. 

DISTRICT XIV. 
Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. 
Beta-Psi — University of Washington. 
Gamma-Alpha — University of Oregon. 
Gamma-Theta — University of Idaho. 



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Founded at Farmville, Va., in 1898. 
Alpha Delta Chapter Established, 1905. 



Colors: Purple and While. 



Flower: Violet. 



SORORES IN UnIVERSITATE. 

Gussie Allen. Gladys Lockett. 
Nell Chiles. Julia Perkins. 
Carrie Church. Ada Mae Porter. 
Josephine Field. Bertha Easbury. 
Madge Hendry. Agnes Scaling. 
Ray Hyer. Marguerite Shim- 
Frances Jackson. Erma Smith. 
Anna Mae Lvanouse. Norma Smith. 
Ruby R. Kendrick. Mary Thomas. 
Myrtle King. 



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Lambda Chapter Established, 190G. 



Valors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray. 



Flower: White Violet. 



SORORES INT UnIYERSTTATE. 

Axlie Barcus. Weta Jackson. 

Pauline Clark. Myijtise Nelms. 

E annie Colli Ei!. Myrtice Nelms. 

Kate Coltrane. Blossom Putman. 

Ena Dent. Myrtle Pull-en. 

Marilee Fisher. Jose Reid. 

Kate Fiser. Fay Tinnen. 

Irene Gammill. Gladys Taylor. 

Louise Gibson. Hazel Whittle. 

Armour FTeppenstall. Jean Whittle. 

Bess Hardy. Bess Whittle. 



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Founded at Wesley an College, 1851. 
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COLORS: 
Light Blue and White. 



FLOWER: 
Violets. 

sorores in universitate. 
Mary Mann. 

Mabel Taylor. 

Gladys Graves. 



Early Price. 
Madge Cooper. 
Gladys Snyder. 



Martha Sanders. Louise Belford. 

Gene Daughtrey. Nannie B. Clamp. 

Catherine Chessher. 



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Founded at Southwestern, March 27, 1906. 

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COLORS: 
Crimson and Black. 



FLOWER: 

American Beauty Bone. 



SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE. 



Annie Bauknight. 
Iva Chiles. 
Libbie Cleveland. 
Mabel Daugherty. 
Iris England. 
Kathryn Howard. 
Winfrey Leak. 



Bertha McKkk. 
Ola Niece. 
Eula Redditt. 

Jessie Sessions. 
Nannie Sherwood. 
Allene Smith. 
Minnie Lee Taulman. 



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1907. 



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Active 
Established Members 



Kappa Alpha (Southern) 1883 16 

Phi Delta Theta 1886 18 

Kappa Sigma 1886 21 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon (Inactive) 1887 

PhiPhiPhi (Inactive) 1894 

Sigma Sigma Sigma (Sorority) 1906 19 

ZetaTau Alpha (Sorority) 1906 22 

Xi Kappa (Sorority) ■ 1906 14 

Alpha Delta Phi (Sorority) 1907 13 

Total, 123 



fraternity Sfien from Other Colleges. 



R. S. Hyer, X*, Emory College 

C. C. Cody, <&A©, Emory College 

A. S. Pegues, X*, Woft'ord College 

W. C. Vaden, <I>A©, Randolph- Macon 

S. H. Moore, K2, Vanderbilt University 

W. S. Nelms, KA, Southwestern 

J. H. Reedy, KA, .....Southwestern 

J. H. Wooten, 2 AE, Texas University 



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COUNCIL OF HONOR. 

L. L. Moore, Chairman. J. Hale Edwards, Senior Class. 

Fred Story, Junior Class. W. C. House, Sophomore Class. 

J. B. Hendrix. Freshman Class. 



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PROHIBITION LEAGUE OFFICERS. 

W. C. House, President. J.O. LEATh, Vice-President. 

R. L. Brewer, Secretary. J. R. Griffin, Treasurer. 

J. Hale Edwards. Inter-Collegiate Orator. 



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OFFICERS: 

Directress Miss A ntoinette Pignol Kunckb 

Manager W. Y. Switzer 

Secretary Arthur L. Ayres 

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MEMBERS. 



First Tenors. 

W. Y. Switzer W. L. Ilfrey 

M. S. Sweet E. C. Brodie 

Second Tenors: 

L. L. Moore S. S. Bout well 

J. N. Lott P. W. Sims 

First Basses: 
Jas. W. Chapman * Jno. E. Caperton 

L. E. Dudley 

Second Basses: 

A. L. Ayres 0. C. Wyatt 

R. B. Curry T. J. Mosley 

George Small wood 



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Y. M. C, A. OFFICER! 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



HP HE value of a Young Men's Christiaq Association in a College can not be 

overestimated. The purpose of a College course is to rqake MEN. Iq order 

fr~ to make a n]an, in the true seqse of the word, he must be developed qot 

only along mental and physical lines, but hjs spiritual nature must be developed 

also; and the Y, M, C, A. is an important factor iq this development. 

Never has the Y. M. C. A. at the Southwestern University had stronger support 
from, the student body, and qever has it done more profitable work thaq it rjasdone 
this year, It is supported qot only by the young preachers of the University, but 
also by the Christiaq element of the students as a whole, Messrs, F. D. Caveness 
and W. Y, Switzer, our Presidents for the first and second terms respectively, f]ave 
so supervised the work of the Association that it has beeq made both profitable and 
entertaining. The enrollment at trje beginning of the sessioq was the largest iq 
the history of the organization, and there has beeq a steady increase in the mem- 
bership during the year, 

The Y. M. C. A. rqeets weekly in their quarters iq the Fitting School Building, 
whicl] have beeq set apart and furnished especially for this purpose, 

Our Y. M. C. A. was represented at the Southwesterq Students Conference, 
whicf] met at Ruston, La., by S. J. Staples and J. F. Russel. 

Three years ago we began the Mission and Bible Study work with, just a few 
nqembers. This year we l-jave seventeeq classes doing systematic work iq these 
departments. 

OFFICERS. 
FIRST TERM. SECOND TERM, 

F. D. Caveness President , ,. W. Y. Switzer 

W. C, House Vice-President ... . H. W, Gillette 

Soloq Johnsoq .... Secretary and Treasurer . , , . , S. J. Staples 
J. 0. Leatrj , , , , Chairmaq Devotional Committee . . . E. R. Stanford 
J. E. King . . . Chairmaq Membership Committee . . . R. L. Brewer 
D. Macune , , , Chairmaq Missioq Study Committee . , , D, Macune 
W. L. Blackburq, . Chairmaq Bible Study Committee . , , S. S, Boutwell 
J. H. Scrimshire Editor T. J. Mosley 

MISSION AND BIBLE CLASS LEADERS. 
J. H. Baldridge I. F. Key F. D. Caveness 

H. S. Black J. E. King D. B. Doak 

H. W. Gillette S. J. Staples W. W. Hall 

R. N. Huckabee S. S. Boutwell H. A. Hudspeth, 

J, B. Hendrix R. L. Brewer W. L. Ilfrey 

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J. H. Baldridge 
J. W. Forrester 
C. W. Griffin 
H. W. Gillette 
C. S. Harkry 
J. B. Hendrix 
R. N. Huckabee 

H. T. HUFFSTUTLER 
K. R. ISBELL 



Stiembers. 

Ruby Kendrick 

I. P. Key 

R. A. Langston 

L. C. Lilly 

D. Macune 

C. G. Masterson 

Mont a Morris 

Eliza Morrison 

L. N. Myers 



D. Peel 

Stella Pollard 
Horace Poteet 
Flora Roberts 
Jos. F. Russel 
Mattie Low Steel 
Lowe Slaton 
.J. L. Tucker 



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Avriett, d. W. 
Anderson, cJ. 
Black, O. B. 
Black, H. 
Black, E.d. 
Boutwell, S. S. 
Bowers, W. T, 
Caveness, E. D. 
Calloway, R. O. 
Clark, W. E. 
Cole, E. V. 
Craig, W. A\. 
Dobie, d. E. 
Edwards, d. H. 
Eischer, E, E. 
Eoster, d. A. 
Gillette, H. W. 
Glenn, B. G. 
Gammenthaler, R. 
Griffin, L. 1. 
Griffin, d. R. 
Magard, 
Hall, B. B. 



hensel, H. L. 
ftollingsworth, N. 
Hendrix, d. B. 
Huckabee, E. C. 
Huffstutler, T. L. 
Ilfrey, W. L, 
Isbell, d. E. 
dohnston, Erie 
Keck, Wm. 
Kelley, G. R. 
Key. 1, E. 
King, d. E. 
Langston, R, A. 
Lewis, E. L. 
Loveless, W. C. 
/Aacune, D. 
/Aarcom, 
A\cCullom, 
/nc/nicken, W. P. 
Metcalfe. H. O. 
Meredith, d. H. 
Mosley, T. d. 
Morphis, C. M. 



Munden, Edd 
Myers, L. IN. 
Newton, E. H. 
Pearce, 
Peel, Dan 
Poteet, li. 
Ramos, V. 
Richardson, M. A. 
Richardson. E. M. 
Runkle, cJ. T. 
Rylander, C. W. 
Simpson, d. E. 
Stanford, W. d. 
Stanford, T. R. 
Staples, S. d. 
Starnes, R. 
Starnes, L. 
Switzer, W. Y. 
Sweet, M.S. 
Tunnell, 
Ward, C. L. 
Wiseman, 
Wyatt, O. C. 



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Sweet. Abney, 



Troutman. 
Works. 



Willson. Edward 



A pity 'tis there is no ink so red 
As to portray the color of each head. 
Hut be ye assured that never a scrub 
Belonged to the Red Haired or Rufus Club. 



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THE SOU'WESTER STAFF FOR THE YEAR 1907. 



Ohe Sou wester. 



Published Annually by the Athletic Association 
of Southwestern University. 



Staff for the 7/ear 1907. 



Publication SSoard; 

Editor G. J. BRYAN 

Business Manager P. D. CAVENESS 

Athletic Editor. J. D. WHEELER 

Assistant Business Manager L. L. MOORE 

Assistant Business Manager .T. R. GRTFFIN 



.Department Sditors. 

Senior Class Lucile Campbell 

Junior Class H. R. Aldredge 

Sophomore ('lass L. I. Griffin 

Freshman Class E. V. Cole 

San Jacinto Society T. J. Mosley 

Alamo Society Edd Munden 

Alelhcan Society Bertha Rasbury 

( 'Ho Society Norma Smith 

Julia Perkins 



Jtrt Committee. 

Mary Thomas, Ch. R. L. Mathis, Cartoonist 



jrind Committee. 

Erle Johnston T. M. Campbell, Jr. 

Norma Smith E. V. Cole 



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MAGAZINE STAFF. 



Ohe Southwestern ^University Sttagazine. 



Published Monthly by the Literary Societies 
of the University. 



Sfu 



agazme 



Staff. 



Editor-in-( 'kief BEN O. HILL 

Associate Editor AGNES SCALING 

General Business Manager W. J. STANFORD 



FIRST TERM. 

.1. o- Lkath 

J. D. Abney 

Nannie Sherwood 

T. J. Mosley .. j 
Iris England. . \ " 



Sub - Sditors. 
Exchange Depa rtme <i t 



Personal Depa rtment . 



Erle Johnston j l , Denartment 

Gussie Allen .} 1J)un " e P anme ™ ■■■■ 

E R V. A Cole H [ Humorous Department 



SECOND TERM. 

.Rhea Starnes 



Alleen Hotchkiss 

J. D. Abney 

1 Catherine Howard 

j W. E Clark 

/ Armour Heppenstahl 



j . ,T. R. Griffin 
j Louise Gibson 



F. L Story ) 
C. L. Ward \ 



Assistant Managers { - g .^^°^ 



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Uhe Senior 

^Published daily Commencement Week by the Senior Class. 




THE "SENIOR" STAFF '07. 

Editor T. J. Mosley 

, . , ,,,., ( Miss Iris England 

Associate Editors ] E R Stanford 

Business Manager L. L. Moore 

. . . . D . ,, l Edd Munden 

Assistant business Managers -, ™ 7 y Switzer 

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jKetitral department 

Dalian, Ce*a£ 




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GROUP FROM FACULTY OF MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 




GROUP FROM FACULTY OF MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 




SENIOR CLASS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



SENIOR CLASS. 1906-1907. 



OFFICERS. 



President W. E. WHIGHAM 

Vice-President J.N. Stratton 

Secretary -Treasurer J. S. Calhoun 

ROLL. 

Bannister, J. M. Oglesby, Texas 

Black, J. H. Dallas, Texas 

Caldwell, T. J. Dallas, Texas 

Calhoun, J. S. : Ph. G. Gatesville, Texas 

Ferguson, R. C Dallas, Texas 

Huddleston, W. C. Gibtown, Texas 

Rauspatt, R. R. Lipan, Texas 

Stratton, J. N., Ph. G. Satford, Arizona 

Travis, J. M. Martin's Mill, Texas 

Whigham, W. E. Mound, Texas 



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President R. L. Wright 

ROLL. 

Miss J. F. Widney 
C. W. Archer 
P. M. Barnks 
E. G. Lyons 
C. A. Watson 
W. B. Carrell 

A. I. POESOM 
V. B. COZBY 

C. J. Wagner 
J. F. Cauthen 
0. E. Veatch 
C. N. McGaffey 
R. L. Wright 
Ben L. McCloud 
T. C. McCloud 
Miss Lora Maddox 
0. R. Jeter 
w. o. funderburk 
Reed Wolf 





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= SOPHOMORE CLASS. = 

OFFICERS. 

President C. C CODY 

Vice-President J. W. BLACK 

Secretary and Treasurer P. J. FULLINGIM 

ROLL. 
P. E. WRIGHT 
R. L. REEDER 

C. C WEATHERLY 
E. H. INMON 
CECIL BLOCK 

L. E. TURRENTINE 
D. H. BROOK 
M. L. TURNEY 
GUS LANCASTER 
P. J. FULLINGIM 
J. E. MORRIS 
J. W. BLACK 
C. C. CODY 
J. T. BROWNING 
S. J. ALEXANDER 
WM. M. YOUNG 

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FRESHMAN CLASS. 



President MAX A. ARMSTRONG 



ROLL. 

J. M. DOSS 

C. J. MARTIN 
A. Z. BARFIELD 
HARRY LEVY 
MAX A. ARMSTRONG 
O. F. CARR 

E. ALVIN WILLIAMS 
BURRO W ATKINS 
E. W. LOOM IS 
J. N. DAWSON 
R. C. PRIEST 
F BLANKENSHIP 
FRANK CLARK 
J. G. WIGHAM 
R. L. RUBARTH 
W. A. BOONE 
JOHN DAVIS 
JNO. R, DANIELS 
R. B. O'BRIEN 




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President 



LUM DAVIS 



ROLL. 

JAS B. CHORN 
•TAMES EADS 
LUM DAVIS 
C. A. RYEL 
RAYMOND CARTER 
J. T. KAPLER 
S D. GAMBLE 
C. E. FAWCETT 
C. A. RUSH 

W. B. WILLIAMSON 
MISS MABLE McFALL 
MISS MYRTLE BAGWELL 
MRS. BESSIE LANG FORD 
E. B. WHITTINGTGN 
ROY CURBY 
A. S. LUCHENBACK 
W. A. THOMPSON 



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Miss Anglin,, Belle 


Miss 


Orrell, Tinnie 


Miss Brannon, Ethel 


Miss 


Perkins, Julia 


Miss Bristol, Ivy 


Miss 


Patrick, Grace H. 


Miss Barcus, Frances 


Miss 


Peiuun, Mary Willie 


Miss Bunnell, Somer 


Miss 


ReDDIT, Eula 


Miss Barnett, Carrie 


Miss 


Eichardson, Bertha 


Miss Caperton, Mary 


Miss 


EOGERS, CAMELIA 


Miss Chany, Nemie 


Miss 


Riley, Maude 


Miss Harris, Ollie 


Miss 


Secoy, Minnie 


Miss Irby, Ethel 


Miss 


Tinnin, Fay 


Miss Jackson, Frances 


Miss 


Brewer, Ethel 


Miss Jones, Ivalle 


Miss 


Bristol, Norma 


Miss Kassell, Clara 


Miss 


Church, Carrie 


Miss Lusk, Nora 


Miss 


Mitchell 


Miss Moore, Lillie Mae 


Miss 


Pollard 


Miss Makamson, Lillian 


Miss 


EOBERTS 


Miss Moody, Vera 


Miss 


Thomson, Ray 


Miss Noble, Annie 


' Miss 


Vincent, Pearl 



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Alexander. W. B. 
Anglin, Aaron 
Billips, Ford 
Bolton, J. B. 
Bowden, Cecil 
Brewer, Alex. 
Brown, P. T. 
Byers. J. M. 
Canifax, L. J. 
Chambers, J. P. 
Chapman, Willie 
Douglass, Pitt 
Garrett, C. E. 
Getsinger, Floyd 
Grigsby, L. F. 
Hardt. D. G. 
Harrel, J. G. 
Heard, L. P. 
Hodges, Chas. 
Holt, John K. 
Hyer, Bobt. S., Jr. 
Jones, Bert 



Sub"3reshman Sloll. 

(continued) 

J* ^» t0* 

Keck, W. E. 
kennard, s. a. 
klingman, w. b. 
Lyler, Wm. 
Lott, J. N. 
Marshal, E. S. 
Marshall, J. 
Martin, Albert 
Martin, S. 
Masterson, C. G. 
Morris, Frank 
Neal, Eoy 
Niece, LeRoy 
Park, J. C. 
Pattison, G. Y. 

PUTMAN, J. C. 

Eobinson, L. H. 
Eoss, D. A. 
Eyan, Geo. 
Secoy, Thos. P. 
Sims, P. W. 
Smallwood, L. B. 



Stanford, P. T. 
Stanford, F. E. 
Stephens, S. A. 
Stone, L. L. 
Stone, Sam 
Stone, C. E. 
Stout, F. 
Stewart, Austin 
Weary, E. E. 
Wilkins, C. E. 
Williamson, Macune 
Wiseman, Ben 
Thompson, H. E. 
Clark, E. A. 
Crutchfield, F. A. 
Mills, Lee 
Howard, C. H. 
McCall, Otis 
Wiser, F. W. 
Sfierman, I. W. 
Hornesberger, E. F. 
Hanson, Earl Wm. 



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OFFICERS: 



I 'reside ii I I. I ). Thomas 

Yiee President C. L. Satterfield 

Critic T. R. Stanford 

Secretary II. K. Thompson 

Censur KoY NT EAL 

Si r;/e,iiil-nl-.\ ruis ). ( '. MARSHALL 

Treasurer ( '. W. Grit] I'i'lN 

Chaplain William Oliver 

Librarian L. L Stowe 

Corresponding Secretary Daniel II a Kin: 



ROLL OF MEMBERS. 



Amberg, K. K. 
Anderson, Stanley 
Cham bers, ,!. P. 
Clark, Edward 
Griffin. C. W. 
Grigsby, L. V. 
Hanson. Earl 
Hardt, David 
Holt, -I. K. 
Howard, C. II. 
Huckabee, 1. T. 
Jones. T. P. 



Keck, W. E. 

Loom is. (irs 
Marshall, .1. ('. 

M UEN NICK, .loll X 

Masterson. C. G. 
Moore, YV. S. 
Morris, R. T. 

M UEN NICK. (i. W. 

Neal. Roy 
Oliver, William 
Parks, .1. ('. 
Porter. 0. L. 



Satterfield. 0. L 
Sm itii. 1,'. X. 
Stanford, I'. T. 
Stanford, I-'. R. 
Stone, L I.. 
Stout. K. 0. 
Thomas, J. D. 
Thompson. II. E. 
Wheeler, W. B. 
Wilson. W. F. 
Williamson. .1. M 
Wislman. Ben 
Zj m m erman, Fleo 



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Sam Houston JZiterary Society. 

Reorganized 1905. 

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MOTTO : COLORS : 

Eloqucntla et Sapientia, Black and Red. 

yell: 
Eazzle, Dazzle, 
Hobble, Gobble, 

Sis, Boom, Bah! 
Houston, Houston! 
Bah! Rah! Rah! 

OFFICERS: 

SEPTEMBER 

President C. E. Garrett 

Vice-President C. E. Wilkins 

Secretary Edgar Neal 

Critic J. C. Putman 

NOVEMBER. 

President L. H. Robinson 

Vice-President T. J. Ramey 

Secretary J. C. Putman 

Critic I. G. Willet 

JANUARY. 

President Edgar jSTeal 

Vice-President G. W. Chapman 

Secretary T. S. Secoy 

Critic F. A. Crutchfield 

MARCH. 

President T. C. Willet 

Vice-President T. 0. Putman 

Secretary Sam Stone 

Critic Bert Jones 

ROLL. 

Anglin, A. H. Garrett, C. E. Nuemick, M. H. Stone, Sam 

Brown, P. T. Getsinger, F. Neal, Edgar Secoy, T. S. 

BUTTRELL, J. E. HarRELL, J. G. PUTMAN, J. C. SMALLWOOD. L. B. 

Byers, J. N. Jones, Bert Bobbins, W. F. Tunnell, J. F. 

Chapson, Mason Kemp, G. E. Ross, D. A. Thomason. A. R. 

Chapman, G. W. Lewellyn. R. H. Ramey. T. J. Wilkins, C. E. 

Craddock, W. F. Liles, W. S. Robinson, L. Ft. AYillett, T. C. 

Crutchfield, F. A. Marshall, R. S. Ryan, George Weary. R. R. 

Deckert, C. A. McCall. Otis Sttart, J. A. Patison. G. Y. 
Fischer, R. W. 

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A WARM DEBATE. 



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$nter~$*reparatory ^Debaters. 



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S. W. U. FITTING SCHOOL VS. LIUGHEY AND TURNER OF WEATHERFORD. 

Question — Resolved: Thai a Form of Municipal Government in the Nature of 
the One Now in Force in the City of Galveston . Texas, Would Be: Better for the 
Cities of Texas than, the Present Generally Adopted Form. 

S. W. U., Negative. 

C. G. Masterson, (Travis). 

C. E. Garrett (Sam Houston). 



S. W. IT. FITTING SCHOOL VS. SAN MARCOS. 

Question — Resolved: That the Interstate Commerce Commission Should Have 
Power to Regulate Freight Rates. 

T. J. Ramey (Sam Houston). 
I. Hlckabee (Travis). 



INTER-SOCIETY DEBATERS. 



Question — Resolved: That It Would Be to the Best Interest of All Concerned 

to Annex Cuba, as a State, to the United States. 

AFFIRMATIVE : NEGATIVE : 

(Travis) (Sam Houston) 

J. P. Chambers L. H. Robinson 

J X. Lott F. A. Crutchfield 

J. C. Park Willie Chapman 



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At Torbett's once the Grads 

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To the Annex these lads 

Strutted, dressed right smarty ; 
Pompous Edwards, wise Craig, 

The youth, and love-struck Hill; 
Hudspeth looked like a keg, 

Mosley, like a poster bill ; 
Next him came Caveness, 

His face like a cherry; 
Bryan was trying, I guess, 

To get a Easbury. 
Then came D. Macune, 

And though he hadn't oiu/hter. 
Softly he hummed a tune 

'Bout the Marshal's daughter ; 
While Blackburn seemed ailing 

Higher heights to be Scaling. 

Now the girls, they were told, 
In their rooms were primping ; 

So they walked in right bold, 
Straight up, without limping. 

The girls were very late ; 

Will got in a fidget. 
Then Blackburn scratched his pate 

And so did the Idjit. 

Said Blackburn, "Let us hide ; 

So shall we make things hot 
For the girls whom we 'bide." 

But the girls. They came not. 
Said Hill, "Leap frog, He ! Ho !" 

So down the walk they went, 
Bryan jumped on Hudspeth's toe, 

And — , his trousers rent. 
Edwards fell like a sack, 



And Mosley skinned his knee. 
While stooping hurt Spec's back, 
For he's so old, you see. 

They played till they were hot. 
But the girls — they came not. 

The Junior, Fresh and Soph girls 
Peeped at the boys so riled ; 

Then, laughing, tossed their curls. 
While Mrs. Allen smiled. 

At nine up came Pop Moore, 

Snorting like a sailor; 
"I've walked till I am sore, 

But I haven't found Miss Tay- 
lor !" 

Then tried those Senior lads 
To rid themselves of woes, 

These solemn, sober Grads, 
With zeal (?) at dominoes. 

When they had waited long, 
At last from Torbett's came 

A giggle loud and long 

And quickly stopped this game. 

"Come right on by yourselves. 
We'll meet you with good cheer," 

So phoned the Senior elves, 
"For we're already here." 

Then each the other told, 
"Be blanked if we aren't sold; 

I'm a son-of-a-gun 

If this ain't April one!" 



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Shot 5>ig. 

*)" t^* »£• 

Poetry, like music soft, 

Should touch the heart of man ; 
'Twas writ to lift the soul aloft 

And brighten "life's brief span." 



The subject that inspires my muse 
Is not of woman, love or spring; 

Not one a poet chance would choose, 
But of a pig, a pesky thing. 



To eulogize a thing in verse 

Is not a fad of mine; 
But I can't resist, in language terse, 

To tell about my swine. 



Of size, he's only miniature; 

Of virtues, he has many, 
But of manners, I'm not quite so 
sure; 

In fact, he hasn't any. 



His nature, then, as I will tell, 
Is carried out all right; 

For, like all pigs, tho sick or well, 
He has his appetite. 



For this we cannot say him nay, 

It is no blatant shame. 
But he does some things every day 

For which I'll have to blame. 



He started on his wild career 
Destroying eggs and chickens, 

'Till now, he'd beat a Texas steer 
To raise the very dickens ! 



Of all the mischief I ever knew, 
Whether for good or evil, 

He goes the program thro and thro, 
Causing great upheaval. 



He's self-appointed captain now 
Of all the barnyard crew, 

Directing in the where and how 
Of everything to do. 



In meanness, he's post graduate, 
And I'll tell you, on the level, 
1 11 send him down some future dav 
Devil. 



To challenge Mr. 



If war should come upon this land, 

And I could not renig, 
I'd furnish quite a helping hand 

By sending out this pig. 






I'd gladly see his fun abate, 
And stop his gleeful frolic, 

But I fear to put him on the plate. 
Would give us all the colic. 




A FACULTY FAVORITE. 



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OFFICERS : 

President Ben 0. Hill 

Vice-President Professor E. W. Tinsley 

Secretary J. E. King 

Treasurer W. T. Ilfrey 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : 

Professor R. W. Tinsley 

J. E. King B. 0. Hill 

W. L. Ilfrey F. D. Caveness 

J. D. Wheeler T. C. Johnson 

W. L. Blackburn W. Y. Switzer 

Chas. Wilson 



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Sloll of Jtthletic Jlssociation. 



Jt 



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Abney, J. D. 
Aldredge, H. R. 
Anderson,' J. 
Armstrong, C. M. 
Ayres, A. L. 
Bass. T. T. 
Betts, W. E. 
Blackburn, W. L. 
Bobo, E. J. 
Bolton, J. B. 
Bolton. R. S. 
Bolton, W. D. 
Boone, W. B. 
Booth, Percy 
Boutwell, S. S. 
Bowers, W. T. 
Brewer, R. L. 
Brown, R. H. 
Bryan G. J. 
Burgher, L. 
Calloway, R, 0. 
Campbell, T. Ml 
Carter, D. W., Jr. 
Caveness, P. D. 
Chambers, P. F. 
Chapman, J. W. 
Clark, W. E. 
Cody, T. H. 

COCKRELL, A. V. 
CORBIN, J. W. 

Craddock, F. W. 
Craig, Wm. 
Curry, R. B. 
Davidson, F. R. 
Dobie, J. F. 
Dudley, L. E. 
Edwards, J. H. 
Ferguson, C. D. 
Fisher, E. E. 
Fisher, R. W. 
Forrester, J. W. 
Fowler, L. A. 
Gammenthaler. R. 



Getsinger, Floyd 
Gilleland. W. B. 
Griffin, J. R, 
Griffin, L. I. 
Griffin, C. W. 
Gross. W. 0. 
Hagard, L. G. 
Hall, B. B. 
Hanson. Earle 
Harnesberger. R. F. 
Harrell, J. G. 
Harris, E. D. 
Harris, H. P. 
Harrison, J. E. 
Hawkins, L. D. 
Hendrick, E. A. 
Hendrix, J. B. 
Henry, H. B. 
Hensel, H. L. 
Hill, B. 0. 
Hollingsworth, — •. 
Houston, J. P. 
Howard, C. H. 
House, W. C. 

HUCKABEE, E. C. 

Hudspeth, H. A. 
Ilfrey, W. L. 

ISBELL, J. F. 
ISBELL. K. R. 

Jackson, T. 
Johnson, T. C. 
Johnston, E. 
Jones, Bert 
Keck, W. E. 
Kelley, J. R. 
Key, Ira 
King, J. E. 
Leath, J. 0. 
Lewis, F. C. 
Loveless, W. C. 
Macune, D. 
Marcom, Roy 
Martin, Seth 

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Martin. Albert 
Msaterson, C. G. 
Matlock, S. 
McCollum, R. jST. 
Glenn, B. G. 
Green, J. M. 
McLain, C. C. 
McLean, M. K. 
Meredith, J. H. 
Metcalf, H. 0. 
Moore, L. L. 
Mosley, T. J. 
MUnden, Edd. 
Nettles, G. P. 
Kewton, E. H. 
Owen, P. 
Parrish, J. T. 
Pearce, W. M. 
Pluenneke, P. C. 
Poole, C. L. 
Price, C. T. 
Ramos, V. 
Reed, J. E. 
Richardson, M. A. 
Richardson, F. M. 
Rominger, T. 
Root, Dan 
Runkle, J. T. 
Rylander, C. W. 
Sanders, B. L. 
Sanders, Shipp 
Scrimshire, J. H. 
Simms, Pat 
Simpson, F. 
Slaughter, C. 
Slaughter, H. V. 
Stanford, W. J. 
Stanford, E. R. 
Stanford, T. R. 
Stanford, F. R. 
Stanford, P. F. 
Starnes, A. R. 
Starnes, L. 



Sloll of Jtthlotie 3tssoeiation. 



Staples, S. J. 
Stone. C. R. 
Story. F. L. 
Savitzer, W. Y. 
Thomas, C. II. 
Thurmond, J. 1!. 
TrOUTMAN. R. II. 



(continued) 
Jt Jt Jt 

TUNNELL, T. A. 

Turner, P. L. 
Ward, C. L. 

WlIEELER, J. 1). 

Williams, Clyde 
Williams. R. Y. 
Wilson, ('has. 



Wilson. J. M. 
Wiseman. Ben 
Wooten. L. II. 
Works, W. D. 
Wright. W. V. 
Wyatt, 0. C. 
Young. Wesley 



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tinder Control of Jtthletie Association. 

Baseball. 

Coach \ktiili; Weber 

Manager ). ]). Wheeler 

Captain T. C. Johnson 

Manager W. L. Blackburn 

( 'aptain Ott as. Wilson 

The Soil wester. 

publication board. 

Editor-in-l 'hief (i. J. Bryan 

Business Manager F. I >. ( Iaveness 

. I thletic Editor T. D. Wheeler 

. Issistant Business Manager I. IJ. Griffin 

. [ssistant Business Manager L. L. Moore 

Glee Club. 

Directress Miss Huncke 

Manager W. Y. Switzer 

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SBase Sftall J earn. 

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1906. 

Manager M. Fleming 

Captain T. C. Johnson 

Coach J. E. Tamsett 



! Harris 
GrUSTAESON 
Tarver 



Catchers 



Tsbel 
McClain 



Brewer, First Base 
Nettles, Short Stop 



Johnson, Second Base 
Wilson, Center Field 



Left Field 



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Brown, Third Base 
Stanford, Bight Field 



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Varsity SSase Sfcall Slecords. 

f£& i£* %jfr 

1900. 

S. W. IT. vs. Baylor 11-4 

S. W. II. vs. University of Texas 3-13 

S. W. IT. vs. Austin Y. M. C. A 5-4 

S. W. IT. vs. Belton College 6-5 

S. W. IT. vs. Baylor 4-3 

1901. 

S. W. IT. vs. St. Edward's 6-2 

S. W. IT. vs. Fort Worth University 20-5 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 5-6 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor .' 10-1 

S. W. U. vs. Fort Worth Universitv 3-3 

S. W. U. vs. Weatherford '. 4-3 

S. W. U. vs. Weatherford 6-0 

S. W. U. vs. Weatherford 16-1 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 5-6 

1902. 

S. W. U. vs. St. Edward's 8-3 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor 3-0 

S. W. IT. vs. Universitv of Texas 1-5 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor .' 4-2 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 3-4 

1903. 

S. W. U vs. Firemen 9-7 

S. W. U. vs. Firemen 7- 10 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 2-8 

S. W. IT. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 0-2 

S. W. IT. vs. Texas Christian University 7-9 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 2-1 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 5-1 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 9-0 

S. W. IT. vs. University of Texas 5-4 

1904. 

S. YV~. T. vs. Firemen 19-5 

S. W. IT. vs. Firemen 16-9 

S. W. U. vs. St. Edward's 2-10 

(Continued on Page 213) 
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Varsity 33ase SSall Stecords. 

(Continued) 

u?* t^* t^™ 

1904. 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 6-4 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 1-6 

S. W. IT. vs. Texas Christian University 2-12 

S. W. U. vs. University of Arkansas. 9-8 

S. W. U. vs. University of Arkansas 6-5 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 0-9 

S. W. U. vs. San Antonio League 2-16 

S. W. U. vs. San Antonio League 7-2 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 0-2 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 5-4 

S. W. U. vs. Trinity University ' 3-5 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor University 1-3 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Deaf and Dumb Institute 4-2 

S. W. U. vs. Tulane University 3-4 

S. W. U. vs. Tulane University 0-2 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 1-3 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 4-0 

1905. 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 4_6 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Deaf and Dumb Institute 8-4 

S. W. U. vs. Trinity Unicersity 1_g 

S. W. U. vs. Trinity University i_0 

S. W. U. vs. St. Edward's ' i_7 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 1.10 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 0-10 

S. W. L T . vs. Texas Christian University 5.1 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor University 5_1 

S. W. U. vs. Austin College 0-2 

S. W. U. vs. University of Texas 0-4 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 0-1 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 0-2 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 0-3 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor University -\ .4 

S. W. U. vs. Trinity University 2-3 

S. W. U. vs. Trinity University 4-0 

S. W. U. vs. University of Arakansas 1-3 

S. W. U". vs. University of Arakansas 9.3 

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Varsity SBase Sail Records. 

(Continued) 

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1906. 

S. W. IT. vs. Firemen 14-0 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Deaf and Dumb Institute 6-3 

S. W. IT. vs. St. Edward's 6-1 

S. W. IT. vs. Texas Christian University 5-14 

S. W. IT. vs. Baylor University 3-1 

S. W. U. vs. Austin College 1-3 

S. W. U. vs. Austin College 6-1 

S. W. IT. vs. Austin College 8-5 

S. W. IT. vs. University of Texas 9-10 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 2-8 

S. W. U. vs. Baylor University 4-2 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Christian University 0-4 

S. W. U vs. Texas Christian University 0-1 

S. W. U. vs. Agricultural and Mechanical College 1-9 

S. W. U. vs. Texas Deaf and Dumb Institute . . . '. 2-0 

S. W. U. vs. St. Edward's 7-0 

f&* %^* tfir^ 

Sophomore SBase SSatl Ueam 

Winners of the S'ennant 

f£T* 1£^* *Hr* 

Manager Earl Johnston 

Captain Bobert H. Brown 

Play ers. 
Nettles, Short Stop Houston, Pitcher Parrtsii, Bight Field 

Brown, Catcher, Pitcher Turner, Pitcher 

Jackson. Left Field Kelley, Catcher, First Base Cody, Second Base 

Betts. Center Field Boutwell. Third Base 

3*er Centage of Classes. 

(fames Won Lost Per Cent 

Freshmen 5 3 2 600 

Preps 5 5 000 

Sophomores .... 5 4 1 800 

Grad. Juniors . . 5 3 2 600 

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21!) 



Record of Track team of southwestern University 

in Meet with Baylor university at Waco. 

november 17. 1906. 



Eevent 


First 


Second 


Third 


Record 


100-yard Dash 

Half-mile Run 


Nettles 




Ramos 


10 2-5 seconds 


Bowers 


Blackburn 


2min. 21 2-5 seconds 


Standing 1 Broad Jump 






9 ft. 10 1-4 in. 


Running High Jump 






Green 


5 ft. 3 in. 


220-yard Dash 

Shot Put 


Nettles 




Brown 


24 seconds 


Aldredge 


Hendrix 


34 ft. 7 in. 


Discus Throw 


Hendrix 










N«t,t.lfis 


Brown 




18 ft. 5 in. 


220-yard Low Hurdle NTot.tlAa 


Brown 




28 2-5 seconds 


Pole Vault 




Harris 


7 ft. 8 in. 


440-yard Dash 


Nettles 


Green 




57-seconds 












Total 40 


18 


5 





Grand Total S. W. 63 
Grand Total Baylor, 45 



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The Start In the Half Mile Waco, November 17, '06. 

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WILSON 
Captain Track Team. 



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BLACKBURN 
Manager Track Team. 



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GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAM 
1906-'07. 



Forioards: 

COLLIER N. SMITH 

Center: 

DENT 

Side Center: 

E SMITH 

Back Center: 

TAYLOR 

Guards: 

RASBURY Captain FISHER 



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MOOD HALL (Under Construction.) 







Morning Haze on the San Gabriel 



Compare pages 103 and L04 in the '04 Sou'wester. We use the same terms but 
new charmers have appeared. 



S. H. MOORE 
The Most Intelectnal. 




WILLIE NELM 
Prettiest Boy. 





3. B. Allen 
The Best All-round (Biggest Around.) 



R. W. T1NSLEV 
The Most Popular. 



232 





R. F. YOUNG 

The Most Stylish. 



W. C. VADEN 
The Cutest. (In Both Senses.) 





M. AMOS 
The Most Original. 



F. E. BURCHAM. 
The Xext Bride. 



233 



Current Svent of 3. 70. %. 

t&™ «** t^* 

Tuesday.. September 1 1. 
School opens. Pat's hank account becomes inflated and the book store man 
puts on an open-work smile. 

Thursday, September 13. 
Formal opening address by Rev. Simeon Shaw. Matriculation begins. The 
festivities of the day somewhat marred by the total annihilation of a Prep., who, 
while under the influence of mess-hall steak, asked Dr. Eyer to sign his card for 
Latin work. 

Friday, September 14. 
Always a dav of evil. This day a decree was issued forbidding talking in 
the halls. 

Saturday, September 15. 
The new coach conies to Chape!. Great excitement in the Annex. 

Sunday, September 16'. 
Oli, joyous Sabbath day. All the Annex girls came to church. 

Monday. September 1?. 
Elections in College societies. First performance of "The Amateur Politi- 
cian,"' a continuous vaudeville act in S. YV. II. 

First Annex reception. The old boys have to induce the new hoys to go by 
persuasive arts, and Dr. Allen has to induce them to leave by main strength and 
awkwardness. 

Tuesday. September 18. 
W. S. Xelnis, M. A., assistant in Physics, attends meeting of Faculty, the 
first which he has ever attended in an official capacity. 

Wednesday, September 19. 
Dr. Hver holds his fust informal reception in office. Only a select crowd 
invited. Xo cards. 

Ben Hearne sang in the College Auditorium, with great success, "O ! Where is 
niv Wandering Heart Tonight?" 

Monday. September 23. 
Alamo intermediate debaters elected. Second act of "The Amateur Politician." 

Wednesday, September 25. 
llfrey talks to Miss Taulman in the hall and puts on a rainbow smile for a 
week". 

Friday. September 27. 
Glee Club organized. Bird seed goes up and Athletic Association buys a cage 
I'm- Switzer. 

Saturday, September 28. 
Lecture Committee arranges course and begins advertising campaign. They 
adopt for their motto: "Truth is stranger than fiction, hut you can make fiction 
more interesting." 

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Tuesday, October 1. 
Prohibition League organized. City Council talk of raising water, rates. 

Wednesday, October 2. 
Challenge received from Baylor and Trinity for track meet. 

Thursday, October 3. 
Track team reorganized. Blackburn, manager; Wilson, captain. 

Athletic Association advertises for bidders to contract for H. R. Aldredge a 
track suit. 

Friday, October -"3. 
Dan Tucker arrives. He sells a George town hook-store some books for nearly 
half what they are worth. 

Wednesday, October 10. 
Annual staff organized, and of artists after their kind, and of humorists after 
their kind, and of whom-so-ever any work was to lie obtained ; these the annual 
editor gathered together. 

Thursday, October 11. 
Brown talked to Miss Hver in the corridors. 

Monday, October 15. 
First good party. The only one in years at which, the Freshmen have not aided 
in providing entertainment. 

First issue of magazine. The crop of poets is much larger than usual. 

Tuesday, October lfi. 
Brown took Misses Bay and Margarete Hver to the circus. 

Sunday, October 21. 
Wright walked home from church with Miss Lockett. 

Monday. October 22. 
The Gymnasium apparatus arrives. Poteet and Thomas organize a beginners' 
class in gym. work. 

Monday. November 5. 
Excursion to San Antonio. Dan Tucker put his head out of car window and 
asked a farmer, as he passed by, if he was on the right road to San Antonio. 

Wednesday. November 8. 
Tennis Club organized. 
Brown talks to Miss Hver in the hall. 

Thursday, November 9. 
Bishop Hoss lectured on ''The New Era." Aliquando bonus dormitat Homerus. 
Prep's translation : "He's not what he's cracked up to be." 

Tuesday, November 13. 
Ralph Bingham, the funny man, lectured. 

Herr Huffstetler ruptured his epiglottis" and had to he carried home on a 
stretcher. 

(CONTIXUED ON PAGE 237) 

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A Scene Ox the San Gabkel. 



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Saturday, November 17. 
Track meet, Waco. S. W. TJ. won by score of 63 to 45. 

Monday, November 19. 
Brown entertains Miss Margarete Hyer for two hours while Miss Bay is get- 
ting ready to take a drive. 
K. B. Isbell made his "debut." 

Tuesday, November 20. 
A bug mistook Mosley's mouth for an opening in the forest and flew in. There 
was a great upheaval. 

Wednesday, November 29. 
Beeeption at Annex. A Prep, tried to attract attention by climbing one of 
the oleanders in the hall. The oleander succumbed to the severe "climb-it." 

Tuesday, December 4. 
Exams, first term closed. " 'Nough said." 

Monday, December 10. 
Basket ball game between S. W. IT. girls and Coronal Institute. Score, 36 to 
8 in favor of S. W. U. 

W. L. Blackburn and Bhea Starnes elected to represent S. W. U. in debate 
with University or Arkansas. 

Saturday., December 15. 
Ayres talks to Miss Scaling in hall. 

December 20 to January 8. 
Christmas holidays. Tempus fugit. ( 

A few students formerly of the State University entered Southwestern. Did 
not like the climate at State ( ?). 

Saturday, January 12. 
Alamo intermediate debate. 

Monday, January 1 4. 
Anton Hekking, celebrated German 'cellist, wearing a look of extreme ennui, 
performed on a thing that looked like a big fiddle. Some parts of the program 
sounded very melodious; others sounded like a cat fight. 

Wednesday, January 16. 
Ayres talked to Miss Scaling in the hall. 

Sunday, January 20. 
Wright walked home with Miss Lockett from church. 

Monday, January 21. 
Sporty Prep, hired a fine rig at the livery stable and drove by the Annex forty- 
three times, trying to get some of the girls to notice him. 

Monday. January 28. 
Beeeption at Annex. 

Wednesday, January 30. 
Good reception at Professor Barcus'. Switzer foundered himself on chicken 
salad. 

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Friday. February 1. 
Ayres writes a poem to his Agnes. 

Monday. February 4. 
Glee Club entertainment at Auditorium. The crops will not be bothered with 
worms this year; we fed them all to Switzer and Chapman. 

Wednesday. February 6. 
Brown talked to Miss Hyer in the hall. 

Sunday. February 10. 
Wright walked home with Miss Locke tt from church. 

Tuesday. February 26. 
Krebs* lecture. 

Saturday. March 2. 
Good preliminary oratorical contest. There were about fifteen of them. The 
audience numbered about four hundred w hen they began ; when they quit, there 
were about twenty-five survivors. 

Monday, March 4. 
Hugo Slaughter, from the "wild and woolly" West, got his annual hair-cut. 

Thursday, March 7. 
Temple Male Quartette. 

March 4-14. 
Glee Club makes tour in North Texas. Mocking birds all driven out of that part 
of the country, now. 

March 10-24. 
Revival services. 

March 23. 
Alton Packard on lecture course. 

March 26. 
Preliminary oratical contest. 

April 8. 
Ed. Harris got a hit. 



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ROMANCE LANGUAGES. 



239 




THE EVOLUTJOW OF MAN. 



AW*/!'** 





OUR CRACK SALESMAN. 



240 



^ GRINDS « 



Armstrong — "Flop, if you'll get a came l's-hair brush and rub liquid sulphur ou 

that eczema(?), it will cure it." 

Burgher — "Maybe Campbell wouldn't want to lend me his hair brush for that." 
Everyone wants to know whether Hugo Slaughter has a head or not, as nothing 

has ever been seen of him in class-room but feet. 

If a musician you wish to se.e. 
Although he's often off the key, 
But thinks he is IT on all the tones. 
Just call around on Clifford Jones. 

Frank Parrish has his sign out as being a millionaire, but strikes everybody as 
being hot air. 

Miss Tallman — "1 sure do wish I was a K. A. Sister, so they could give me the 
"Sisters' Grip." 

Prof. Cody (in Solid Geometry Class) — "Mr. Isbell, I don't quite understand 
your figure." 

Isbell — "Well, it is a little difficult, Professor, and I don't understand it very well, 

myself." 

First Annex Girl (looking in "Good Luck" show window in February) — "I won- 
der why they are displaying those white s erge trousers this time of the vear." 
Second Annex Girl— "Oh, they think J. C. Muse is still here." 

She rushed him for a year or more. 
But luck slipped around her, for — 
No more just now; it's getting sad. 
Next time you'll learn about this lad. 

Freshman (in History I.)— "Prof. Moore, why couldn't we read the whole book 
anrl then write our paper instead of writing a little as we go along?" 

Prof. Moore — "Well, I guess you've heard of 'wind jamming.' haven't you?" 
Freshman — "Yes, Sir, and I've seen one pretty good example in Georgetown." 

A Eequest — "Will some one, handy with a rope, please lasso Hugo Slaughter and 
roach his mane.'" 

Chas. Wilson— "What was Hawkins laughing at, last night about 2 o'clock? I 
was studying and he disturbed me." 

Harrison — "He heard a joke at the medicine show last night and had just caught 
on when you heard him laugh." 

Dr. Hyer shows too much partiality. He invites Morris, Owens, Thurmond and 
Bowman down to see him every Wednesday morning. 

Miss White — "What are you doing, Mr. Meredith ?" 
Meredith— "Thinking." 
Miss White— "What with ?" 

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WHEN I MET YOU. 

Do I remember? Well I guess, yes; 
You wore a white, a dainty dress, 

A collar blue: 
A fragrant rosebud peeping down 
From folds of waving hair, so brown, 

When I met you. 

You played your mandolin, you know; 
You sang a song, so soft and low, 

And then I knew: 
I need not search this whole big world, 
For I had found the "only girl," 

When I met you. 



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Reply to Miss Ellington's order for shoes from Sanger's — "Dear Madam: There 
must be some mistake in your order. We do not carry coffins. Respectfully, 
Sanger Bros." 

Picture Puzzle — Find the refreshments at the Annex reception. 

Miss Gladys Taylor (contemplating taking Geology II., to a Geology student) 
— "What work does Prof. Tinsley require of you in that course ?" 
Student — "Why, we are writing regular sermons now." 
Miss Taylor — " 'Sermons in stones', I suppose." 

A dashing young fellow called Ayres, 
Dearly loved to converse on the stayres ; 

Said the youth to Miss Scaling. 

"Love, for you my heart's ailing ; 

Munden (standing on small box in Stone's gallery) — "I feel unbalanced on this 
little box." 

Cavaness — "That unbalanced feeling is nothing unusual with you, is it, Munden?" 

What some people come to college for : 
Brown — To go Hyer. 
Thurmond — To study. 

Bowman— !— ? ! ! !— ? ? 

Wooten — To become an Accomodation 
Morris- — To sport. 
Al dredge — To sport Frat. jewelry. 
Parrish— To read Tip Tops. 
Wheeler — To play baseball. 
H. Slaughter — To become a ladies' man. 
Boy. 

Ayres — To get married. 

Wonder why Miss Thomas' favorite song is "Sunny Tennessee"? 

'Twas in the Alcove they met, 
Twas there he first fell into debt, 

One Wright and Lockett. 

For Wright owned the Lockett. 

Familiar New Arrival (meeting Prof. Xelms in the hall) — "Say, kid, can you 
tell me where I can find Prof. Nelms ?" 

Miss Dever (on returning from skating rink) — "Sit down, Tuck." 
Bass — "No, thanks ; I sat down hard en ough tonight at the rink to last me for 
about a week." 

Don't you think people look better in payres." 

Patent, adjustable, indestructible grin. See T. J. Mosley. 

Found — "A little love and Wright."— Miss Lockett. 

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H. Slaughter (after drinking out of finger bowl in Waco) — "Say, waiter, bring 
me another glass ; I don't like the new-fangled .ones you have." 

Prof. Pegus — "Mr. Richardson, point out the onomato-poetic words in this 
stanza." 

Richardson — "Professor, I don't believe I see any automatic words in it." 

Wanted — A few pupils in public speaking. Can give the best of references. For 
instance, my speech at the Freshman Class meeting. — L. D. Hawkins. 

"Oh, Switzer, ye smasher of female hearts and comedian of the Glee Club, we 
will miss thee next year." 

A Campbell can go eight days without water, but he hangs about Wells. 

Catherine Chessher has gone into the poultry business. Haven't you heard her 
say, "Chick! Chick!"? 

(Written about 3 o'clock a. m. by a student preparing for a Ganot exam.) : 

In the shade of the old apple tree. 
Is the place I should now like to be; 

There, 'tis true, I would "cram," 

But King Bob's exam 
Would lose all its terrors to me. 

^> "C> "Cy 

When a Miss's father takes the standing that a standing attention to a Miss is 
a misunderstanding, and elevates his standing extremeties under the standing of 
the misunderstanding youth, he seldom misses the now notwithstanding youth and 
elevates his misunderstanding into a brilliant understanding that his standing with 
the Miss is a misunderstanding. 



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Do a "Violet. 

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A group of fairies gathered once where Natures sovereign hand 

Had planted in profusion every no wer of the land ; 

Where tiny woodland daisy and rich magnolia bloom, 

And snowy dogwood 'blossom, redolent with rare perfume, 

And lilies of the valley, with clustering lilacs, too, 

All lend exquisite beauty 'gainst th eir background sky of blue : 

To choose a fav'rite emblem which should deck their dreamland fair. 

Should exude the sweetest fragrant-laden breath to fill the air. 

Tho' enraptured with the gorgeous, beauteous splendor of the scene, 

They plucked one dainty, dew-krs sed flower, and crowned it Nature's queen. 

Then fond tradition bore to us, and we shall ne'er forget, 

The story with this flower's name, 'twas you, sweet Violet. 

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1. IfNow it came to pass after those 
days, that Henry Frazier, whose sur- 
name was Bailey, and whose nickname 
was Bill, spake within himself, saying, 

2. Behold, it is not meet that man 
should live alone; for did not Biggs of 
old arise secretly and betake himself 
with speed from the land of the South- 
westernites (being yet a youth), carry- 
ing with him Nettie, of the house of 
Phelps? And did they not marry and 
live happy ever after? 

3. Go to now, I shall begin to design 
craftily, and lay subtile snares for the 
heart of woman. 

4. But of all maidens of the South- 
westernites, none was found pleasing in 
the eyes of Henry, no not one ; so that 
his heart fainted within him, and he 
spake further within himself, saying, 

5. Lo, I cannot take unto me a wife 
of the daughters of the Southwestern- 
ites, among whom I sojourn. 

6. But I am resolved what I will do: 
behold, a certain damsel of the tribe of 
the Tennesseans, Lucy, a daughter of the 
house of Campbell, whom I knew while 
yet a child, tarrieth nigh unto Winters 
for a season, instructing the young men 
of these regions. 

7. Wherefore, I shall not let this 
occasion slip to take my journey thither 
and discover what the future hath in 
store for me, if haplv I may find it. 
Selah. 

8. ^jAnd it came to pass in the midst 
of the third month, that Henrv became 



noticeable for the abundance of his 
absence from the land of the Southwest- 
ernites ; 

9. Therefore were many troubled, 
supposing that he was not; 

10. But after certain days the light 
of his countenance shone forth once 
more upon his companions. 

11. And to no one hath it been 
revealed whither he went or how he 
busied himself during his absence, no, 
not to this day. (Howbeit, certain ones 
entertain vague suspicions thereupon.) 

12. ^[Now, after the days were accom- 
plished for the reception of his degree 
and bill of discharge, Henry laded his 

ass, 

13. (Which meaneth, being inter- 
preted, packed his pony in his trunk) 

14. Girt up his loins, and travelled 
into a far country, into the land of the 
Tennesseans. 

15. And there, it is said, did he meet 
his fate; for he took unto himself to 
wife the companion of his childhood, the 
daughter of the house of Campbell. 

16. ^[S'O endeth the chronicle of the 
love, courtship and marriage of Henry 
Frazier Bailey. 

17. Now the rest of his deeds, and 
how he became head-master of the school 
at Ladonia, in the province of Texas, are 
they not written in the book of Jezibel ? 
Selah. 



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Of old I rode my Pegasus 

Like mad along to Matrimony, 

But Reverie o'ertaking us, 

I needs must get a slower pony: 
I ceased to ride the flying gale 
And mounted soon this steady snail. 

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5$ase SBall Seam. 

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Scene — Dressing-room . 

Time — Day after the Second Term Exam. 

Johnson — "Well, fellows, it won't be but a couple of weeks before we start on 
the trip." 

"Nettles — "The trip is all up with me unless I fatten up my batting average 
under Pegues." 

Harris — "Shoot! George, you ought to do old Pegues like 1 do Doc. Allen. I 
was up five times yesterday and got three clean ones, a. scratch and knocked one 'way 
out in left." 

Stanford — "Barcus had his twirling clothes on this morning, but I had to rap on 
him. He put every one right over, but I batted about 600." 

Isbell — "Brown, we sure got old 'Sleepy' in a chase Friday, didn't we? He got 
to playing off a little too far and we nailed him." 

Williams — "Well. I know I made good with Cody this morning; but he had the 
biggest drop I ever saw. I thought I was gone for a while, but when I got on to 
him I got a little bingle, then stole second and was home before he knew it." 

Stone — "I got to first, all right, on Cody this morning; but old 'Sleepy 1 killed 
me at second. I got a pretty good lead, but it didn't do me any good." 

Johnson — "George, 1 believe I got my batting eye back this morning under old 
Amos. He put three over, and I landed on all of 'em." 

Houston — "Pegues had me in a hole on dailies, but I pulled out on exam." 

McLain — "Binkley fisted me this morning just like you fisted that old guy at St. 
Edward's that played third. Didn't he make some swipes at those outs, though?" 

Brown — "I sure got old 'Sleepy' in a hole this morning. It was three-two, and 
I 'packed it,' and he went right up in the air. The second time up he fished 
me easy. But I naturally ate on old Doc. Allen. Guess I batted about a 1000 per 
cent. I'm going some these days." 

Jackson — "I was up four times Saturday and old Pegues put 'em over so fast 
I didn't touch a one. Won't my average show up great in that game !" 

Coach Webber — "Come on, you fellows, and get out to practice. If you pitchers 
will pitch the ball thee Professors seem to he pitching, you will win more games 
by a good deal. Williams, you piay first this afternoon, and don't let any more of 
those grounders slip through your legs.'" 

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Old Bridge Over North Gabriel. 




'TO HIM WHO IN* THE LOVE OF NATURE HOLDS COMMUNION WITH HER VISIBLE FORM',' 




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Vacation. 

BY EUCLID VIRGIL COLE. 

Vacation is that time of year when one can cease from labor without being- 
called lazy. One who has tried to master an eighteen or twenty hours' college course 
feels, as the months of May and June draw near and as the Spring fever begins to 
permeate his system, that a day in the woods is better than to dwell in the halls 
of learning for a season. 

What is the Spring fever ? What is that tired feeling which creeps over one as 
the months of May and June draw near ? What is that exhausting sensation which 
makes the hand sluggish at its work and the brain dull as it tries to originate a 
thought, and the legs heavy as lead when we get up in the mornings just preceding 
the Summer? We vehemently deny that we are lazy. We never have been lazy 
in our lives. We go to our work as early as ever. We stay as long as at any 
other time of the year. But in spite of ourselves the results of our work are not 
only less in quantity, but poorer in quality than at any other time of the year. We 
wonder what is the matter with us, and we go to the doctor to get a tonic. The ' 
doctor tells us, "You are bilious; your liver is torpid." Or he says, "You are over- 
worked, and must let up." But deep down in our hearts we know what is the 
matter; we have just the old longing for the , woods and, like the hart, we pant 
after the water brooks. We want no tonic unless it be an hour in the woods. And, 
best of all, let that hour be in the early morning, when "jocund day stands tiptoe 
upon the misty mountain tops," driving sahle-visaged night farther back into the 
west with the brightness of his smiling face; when every dew-laden blade of grass 
and leaf of tree sparkles in the sunshine, shooting forth a million scintillating, 
glistening arrows of light; when the cooling zephyrs, laden with the perfume of a 
million flowers, gentlly caresses the waking world; when the birds, filled and thrilled 
with the gladness of the new day, pour out the music of their full hearts in a per- 
fect rain of melody. At such times we want to— 

"Forgit that there's cities an' houses an' men ; 
Forgit that we've got ter go back again; 
Forgit everythin' else in th' whole wide world, 
But jes' G-od an' th' birds an' th' bugs an' things 
That live right thar where th' wild stream sings." 

We want to get out close to the very heart of Nature, and "hold communion with 
her visible forms," and learn the secrets of the wild things and the flowers. Oh, 

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that flowers could speak ! "A whispering rose, a murmuring honeysuckle, what a 
rare and exquisite miracle that would be." 

In the Spring-time this longing for the woods comes to us as naturally as the 
buds to the flower-gardens. It is not medicine we want, but the mountain air, w 
ith the tree-branch for a covering and the soft grass for a bed. We want to forget 
all about books and lessons, and we had r ather listen to the song of the birds than 
to read all the rhapsodies Wordsworth ever rwote about Nature. Thus — 

"The only cure for a man I know, 
Is t' git right out o' th' town an' go 
Where th' wil' ducks swim an' the geese go by, 
An' th' trout an' bass are a-jumpin' high ; 
Th' only thing thet'll cure 'im then 
Is t' git away from his feler-men 
An' loaf all day by some laffin' stream, 
An' fish an' whistle an' sing an' dream; 
An' listen t' birds and bugs an' hear 
Th' voice o' th' woods in his ea^er ear." 



'Then, after such a day of mirth 
An' happiness as worlds is wuth— 
So tired that heaven seems nigh about ; — 
The sweetest tiredness on earth 
Is to git home and flatten out — 
So tired you can't lav flat enough, 
An' sorto' wash that you could spread 
Out, like molasses, on the bed, 
An' just drip off the aidges in 
The dreams that never comes again." 




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from COTRELL & LEONARD 

ALBANY, NEW YORK 

MAKERS OF CAPS, GOWNS AND HOODS TO THE AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC. CLASS CONTRACTS A SPECIALTY 




RICH GOWNS FOR PULPIT AND BENCH, BULLETIN AND SAMPLES ON REQUEST 



THE LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSE 

IN CENTRAL TEXAS 

Wants the trade of the Faculty, Students and friends of 
this University . Furniture, Carpets, Pianos, Organs and 
Sewing Machines. "GUNN" SECTIONAL BOOK CASES 
Freight prepaid anywhere in the State. All goods sold 
on Easy Payments. You are cordially invited to call 
when in Austin 

isaac bi^edsoe: 

412-414 CONGRESS AVE., AUSTIN, TEXAS 



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W.G.CRUSH G.P.&T.A 



DALLAS, TE*. 





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F. W. Carothers, Pres. 0. A. Nelson, Cashier 
C. S. Belford,Vice-Pres. S. W. Brown, Asst. Cash. 
Directors:— C. S. Belford, H. W. Harrel, P.W. 
Carothers, C. A. Nelson, W. T. Jones, 0. A. 
Nelson, Wm. Wiess. 






11 DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 

Georgetown, Texas 


Condensed Statement of Condition of 

The First National Bank 

Georgetown, Texas 

At the Close of Business March 22, 1907 
RESOURCES 

Loans and Discounts .... 8294,363.87 

U.S. Bonds ... ... 12,500.00 

Bank Bldg. and Real Estate. . 14,100.00 

Redemption Fund 625,00 

Due from U. S. Treasurer . . 450.00 

Cash and Exchange 312,241,88 

$634,280.75 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock $50,000.00 

Surplus & Undivided Profits 45,388.90 

Circulation . 12,500.00 

Deposits 526,391.85 

$634,280.75 


Complete stock of Furniture, 
Wall Paper, Matting, Rugs, 
Art Squares, Lace Curtains, 
Window Shades, Portieres, 
Linoleum, Picture Framing, 
Room Moulding 

Edison Phonographs and Records 

Prices to Please 


W. H. Davis Furniture Co. 


















PRICE BROTHERS 
Grocery and Feed Store 

Georgetown, Texas 

"Our groceries bear inspection." Ex- 
perience teaches us that it pays to give 
"Quality" first consideration in our 
business. We carry everything that 
we can handle under the Ferndell Label 
— which is a guarantee in itself. Come 
to see us when you need first class gro- 
ceries or feed stuffs of any description. 

Yours for Business 

PRICE BROTHERS 

Booty Building Phone 91 

GROCERY AND FEED STORE 






A. A. Booty, Pres. Jno. h. Booty, Vice-Pres. 
W. L. Price, Cashier 

The 

Farmers State Bank 

CAPITAL $50,000.00 

Georgetown, Texas 

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Having money in our bank to 
your credit gives an easy feeling 
and we acquaint you with busi- 
ness methods that help you every 
day. We invite all accounts 
large and small. 



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UP-TO-DATE 



Every year, ever season, every month — something new, something a little different 
is put on the market. It is my pride to keep up-to-date. Is it Xmas? No other 
merchant would dare to keep such a complete assortment as I do At New Year's, St. 
Valentine's Day, Easter, and on all other Special Occasions, discriminating buyers 
know that I carry just what they want. Is it appropriate, is it up-to-date? Then I 
have it in stock. 

ARTISTS* MATERIAL— Purchased from the same firm and of the same standard of 
excellence as is furnished the artists who are painting the masterpieces of the 
day . Use my material and your work will be permanent — will last for generations. 
By arrangements with the manufacturers I am allowed to return all old drugs and 
chemicals. There is therefore no temptation for me to risk your life and comfort 
with drugs inert with age. Prescriptions filled by me will do all that medicine can do. 
Most complete assortment in Georgetown of Hammocks, Sporting Goods, Tennis Shoes, 
Fishing Tackle, Toilet Articles, Etc., Etc. 

A continuation of the patronage of the student body, which has always been loyal 
to me, is solicited. 

POST OFFICE DRUG STORE 

J. W. LONG, PROPRIETOR 











Dr. C. C. Black 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 






FONTAINE-BICKLER 
BOOK CO. 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FINE 

STEEL DIE EMBOSSING 

AND ENGRAVING 

Write us for samples of Fraternity and Class 

Stationery, Dance Programs, Menu 

and Dinner Cards 

908 CONGRESS AVE. AUSTIN 


GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 
PHONE 22 

OFFICE: POST OFFICE DRUG STORE 

RESIDENCE: ONE BLOCK EAST OF 
CAMPUS ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE 














DR. G. K. TALLEY 

EYE, EAR, NOSE AND 
THROAT 

GLASSES FITTED 

AT TAYLOR EVERY TUESDAY 
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 






DR. F. W. SMITH 

DENTIST 


722 CONGRESS AVENUE, OPPOSITE 
AVENUE HOTEL 

OVER JOHN E. KELLER'S 

OFFICE PHONE. 6. W. 1034, RESIDENCE 1041 

AUSTIN. TEXAS 



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THE REAGAN ROUND 
BALE PRESS 



A PROVEN SUCCESS 

It saves the Compress charges. It saves at least three dollars 
a day in labor and fuel to every ginner 



IF IN UNIVERSAL USE, IT WOULD SAVE, IN COMPRESS CHARGES 
ALONE, SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS PER ANNUM 

This is now wasted. Write us for full particulars 



REFERENCE BY PERMISSION: 

National Bank of Commerce, San Antonio, Texas 

Woods National Bank, San Antonio, Texas 

Wm. D. Cleveland & Sons, Houston, Texas 



Reagan Bale Company 

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 



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DALLAS 




The Largest Dental and Surgical Instrument House in the Southwest 




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THE A. P. CARY COMPANY 




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DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 
Physicians' Supplies Laboratory Sundries Hospital Furniture 


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Branch Houses at Houston, Ft. Worth and Waco 

WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE FOR NEXT YEAR'S COLLEGE SUPPLIES 




HOUSTON 





Surgical and Dental 

Instruments 



Physicians' and Dentists' Supplies, Abdominal Supporters, Elastic 

Stockings, Trusses, Crutches, Invalids' Chairs and 

Sick Room Requisites of Every Description 



Kirby Instrument Co. 

358 Main St., Dallas, Texas 



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GUS A. SIEVERS 

CONCERT VIOLINIST AND TEACHER 




The Course of Study 
extends from the 
first elementary in- 
struction to the at- 
tainment of virtuos- 
ity. :::::: 



Methods: 
My system of teach- 
ing is a combination 
of German with the 
Franco-Bel gi a n 
school. I have thor- 
oughly studied the 
method of all the 
great schools and 
am prepared to suit 
the method to the 
pupil rather than 
vice versa. 



PERSONAL INTERVIEW INVITED. ADDRESS FOR TERMS 

AND PARTICULARS 

SIEVERS VIOLIN STUDIO 



!)11 CONGRESS AVENUE 
BETWEEN 9th AND 10th STS. P. O. BOX 678 



AUSTIN. TEXAS 



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The South Texas Telephone Co. 



General Offices, Austin, Texas 











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LOW RATES 


PROMPT SERVICE 













"A Home Institution that Will Appreciate Your Patronage" 

Ask Our Operators for List of Long=Distance Connections 

New Lines, New Equipment, New Extensions under Construction 
to Important Points 

Merchants, Keep in Touch with the Farmers, Use our "Country Line" Connections 



WE MAKE 

X 



EVERY DAY 



AND MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 
MAIL ORDERS 



E. P. JORDAN 

SPECIALTY PHOTOGRAPHER 

610 CONG. AVE., AUSTIN 



AUSTIN PLORAL COMPANY 

804 CONGRESS AVENUE 

CUT FLOWERS FOR RECITALS AND 
ENTERTAINMENTS 

MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY S. W. PHONE 782 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 



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EYE 


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PHONES: OFFICF, 129; RESIDENCE 


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OFFICE: 


90G CONGRESS AVENUE 


AUSTIN, 


TIXAS 



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High-Class 
Business Suits 

$15™ $35 



"Clothes do not make the Man" but 
they do reflect his taste and good 
judgment, and he is usually valued 
accordingly — by the superficial. The 
Matthews Clothes were designed 
especially for the Critical Man, for 
the man who wishes to present a well- 
groomed, correctly tailored appearance 



Our $20 and $25 S u its ar e great va lues. 

In our $20 and $25 garments all the requirements of 
men of this stamp have been carefully considered— in the 
fabric, the tailoring — and in every line and curve of the 
designing. They are in plain and fancy Worsteds, Chev- 
iots and Cassimeres. See them at your first opportunity. 

Matthews Bros. Co 



U TELL THE TRUTH CLOTHIERS" 
291-293 IVlain Street, : : : DALLAS. 



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